Mozilla seems to be taking virtual reality (VR) seriously. The company behind the Firefox internet browser has talked about VR’s applications on the web on numerous occasions, suggesting that it hopes to be the gold standard in VR web-browsing whenever it may become a reality. This week sees the company continue to gain ground in the space, setting up a new VR discussion mailing list for anyone with an interest in the technology.
Anyone interested in signing up for the list can do so on Mozilla’s mailman site. Signing up will grant you access to conversations with the community, talking through various aspects of using VR on the web and other areas of the industry. It’s sure to be an interesting source for anyone interesting in VR web development, which is still a concept yet to be grasped by much of the community.
When will we see VR hit the web? Could Mozilla be planning a dedicated browser for the Oculus Rift VR headset? Just how would such a browser work? Many questions still surround the topic of VR web browsing. VRFocus will continue to follow the concept from any and all companies involved, bringing you the very latest developments on it.