Recently, Mozilla released A-Frame, an open source web virtual reality (WebVR) library.
We believe that WebVR is the natural evolution of interaction on the internet. Although virtual reality is not yet ubiquitous, A-Frame will help proliferate virtual reality adoption; especially when coupled with the availability of Google’s inexpensive Cardboard VR kit which lets you use your phone to create a virtual reality experience.
Checkout these really cool examples at A-Frame. They have mentioned that some more examples are on the way, showing how to implement it with ReactJS, a user interaction library by Facebook. Also, checkout their tumblr for some examples of websites made with VR.
Mozilla hopes, as we do, that A-Frame will help accelerate the development of VR websites. It absolutely will! We’re looking forward to being able to use it on new, exciting projects.
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