Virtual reality (VR) has never been just about the videogames. It has dealt with other apps before like comic book viewers. Now available on Oculus VR Share is the VR Web browser. The app has been created with the first and second iteration of Oculus Rift (DK1 & DK2) head-mounted display (HMD).
Like other programs, the VR Web Browser experiments with the various ways the software could be used for learning. The experience is fully customisable and includes display options so users can edit the brightness or the background. When a new website is loaded the skybox is changed.
Interestingly the web browser offers a much freer experience when dealing with websites. As it is laid out with a series of panels, the toolbar is completely replaced and put below the HTML website. This allows users to have an experience unhindered by numerous buttons on the web page.
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