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Mozilla has joined in the fun by adding WebVR support in its latest browser release, Firefox 55. Firefox users who own an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive VR headset can now use Mozilla's browser to experience VR on the web.
Today, Mozilla announced what it's calling the best Firefox ever, with an emphasis on making the browser faster while using less memory. Firefox 54 now splits its workload into multiple independent processes for improved responsiveness.
WebVR is a growing standard that lets everyone experience VR with any browser. All WebVR requires is a VR headset and a compatible browser and Mozilla announced that WebVR support will now be turned on by default in Firefox 55.