BRINGING VIRTUAL REALITY TO THE WEB PLATFORM

DOMINIQUE HAZAËL-MASSIEUX | September 19, 2016

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The world of Virtual Reality in 2016 feels a lot like the world of Mobile in 2007: a lot of expectations around a new way to interact with users, a lot of innovations in hardware and software to make it a reality, and a lot of unknowns as to how these interactions would develop.Having played a tiny role in making the Web a better platform for mobile devices, and with the feeling that Progressive Web Apps are finally bringing us where we need to be in that space, I have been looking in the past few months at where the Web needs to be to provide at least one of the major platform for Virtual Reality experiences.

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