Facebook has become popular in the Virtual Reality world through its investments and ventures in Oculus. The company boasted a huge number of announcements during the third edition of Oculus Connect (OC3) by showing the plans it has put forward to evolve itself in the VR World. One of the most interesting plans among them is building the VR web.
Zuckerberg said during the event:
“Virtual reality is the perfect platform to put people first, because of presence. You feel like you’re really there, in another place, with people.”
Using Carmel browser, the users are expected to browse the web on their headset in a whole different manner and instantly play WebVR experiences. We will know what the browser is all about when the developer preview version of it is released in the near future. Would you like to browse web in Virtual Reality? Share us your views in the comments section below. We’d love to hear about it from you.