Chrome now supports Oculus Rift however it's disabled by default
Chrome now supports Oculus Rift Redditor may have recently found that Oculus Rift is presently upheld in the most recent stable variant of Google Chrome. You'll need to complete a little menu legwork to put it up by finding a setting in Chrome's banners, yet the program can as far as anyone knows now yield WebVr to that headset and the Oculus Touch controllers locally. It's been a couple of years since that coordination was first guaranteed in 2014, and unfortunately, it's accessible for Chrome clients on Windows for the present.
Chrome included WebVR bolster for its Daydream headsets in Chrome for Android in February 2017, at that point presented versatile virtual reality web perusing back in September. Adding Oculus Rift to the work area variant of Chrome appears to have appeared suddenly, particularly since the last non-Google headset to get more WebVR bolster was the Samsung Gear VR.
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