Before you can present VR experiences, however, you must ensure that the browser supports VR experiences. To do this, you have to make sure
navigator.getVRDisplays is available:
const supportsVR = & # 39; getVRDisplays & # 39; in navigator; if (supportsVR) different
navigator.getVRDisplays is present, it is likely that the browser supports VR and AR experiences.
Virtual reality and augmented reality have the potential to change the world and enrich lives. Learning how to encode VR experiences will give you a head start and, as always, coding those experiences for the browser will eliminate the barrier to entry!
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