Backed by Google and Mozilla, VR-enabled browsers and gear could soon immerse Web users in 3-D worlds
By Susan Kuchinskas
Get ready to take the stage with Paul McCartney. If that’s not your thing, you can test-drive the latest SUV before it’s available in showrooms or experience a movie as though you’re in the scene. That’s been the promise of virtual reality (VR) for years, although stepping into an immersive three-dimensional virtual world has always required expensive stereoscopic head-mounted displays and other specialized equipment.
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