VRDB Announced VR Support for the Web – Browse the Internet on VR Headset
In a move that finally elevates the experience of surfing the web to the conceptual highs first envisioned by sci-fi and cyberpunk literary visionaries, VRDB.com has announced that it has developed virtual reality support for the web.
Premiering exclusively on VRDB.com but available on any site using a bookmarklet (reddit, google etc), this new VR mode for the web will allow you to immerse yourself without the need for any of the expensive, recently-launched new generation of VR headsets, such as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
“We are finally able to deliver an immersive, stereoscopic 3D internet experience,” says Scott Reismanis, founder and CEO of VRDB parent company DBolical Network. “As is the standard for VR, we will be rendering our webpages at a rate of at least 90 frames-per-second, which should all but eliminate undue motion sickness when scrolling both up and down.”
VRDB’s new VR support for the web shows that virtual reality isn’t just for games. Your internet browsing experience will never be the same. To discuss the future, get in touch:
VRDB is a developer run community, that aims to connect the dots between developers of VR hardware, software and games. Launched in February 2016, VRDB.com joined the DBolical Network of sites including ModDB.com and IndieDB.com. Our aim is to be the leading VR focused community that enthusiasts, developers, hackers and gamers turn to for VR and AR content and coverage.