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Firefox Reality VR web browser lands on the Oculus Quest

Oculus Quest Virtual reality headset owners will be pleased to know that the Firefox Reality VR web browser is now available on the new VR headset offering an easy way to search and browse the Internet within a virtual reality environment. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the Firefox Reality VR web browser and its features.

The Firefox Reality VR web browser As already available further virtual reality headsets such as the Google Daydream, HTC Vive Focus Plus, and Lenovo Mirage Solo after originally launching back in 2018. Firefox Reality currently supports ten different languages, including Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese, with more on the way.

Mozilla explains a little more about their VR browser “Whether you’re watching immersive video or meeting up with friends in Mozilla Hubs, Firefox Reality takes advantage of the Oculus Quest’s boost in performance and capabilities to deliver the best VR web browsing experience. Try the new featured content on the FxR home page or build your own to see what you can do in the next generation of standalone virtual reality headsets. Following our releases for other 6DoF headsets including the HTC Vive Focus Plus and Lenovo Mirage, we are delighted to bring the Firefox Reality VR web browsing experience to Oculus’ newest headset.”

Source: Mozilla

 

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