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Leverage standard web technologies to create interactive immersive content that can reach a large audience across audiences across web, mobile, and VR devices.

Oculus Browser

Oculus Browser is the best way to discover, enjoy, and share WebVR content without ever taking off your headset.

Designed from the ground up for virtual reality, Oculus Browser is optimized for performance, designed for navigation and comfort in VR.


  • Best-in-class text, image, and video clarity
  • Extra large virtual screen for viewing comfort
  • 360°, 180°, and stereoscopic video playback
  • Support latest WebVR APIs
  • Optimized for performance using WebGL 2.0 and multi-view extensions
  • Private Mode
  • Supports all popular 2D websites
  • High-performing
  • Web-optimized keyboard with over 1000 emojis
  • Updated regularly with new features

Available on:

  • Oculus Go
  • Samsung Gear VR

Upcoming features:

  • Fixed Foveated Rendering in WebVR mode
  • Native video controls when a HTML5 video is played in 360° / stereoscopic immersive mode
  • Web pages will be able to set VR environment cube maps around the browser window
  • Support for the WebXR API


Explore these real-world examples and projects using WebVR.

Partner Projects

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Immersive experiences powered by the web

Use existing web technologies to create interactive VR experiences that can be enjoyed across multiple platforms. Content built with the new WebVR standard delivers an immersive experience in VR and is also compatible with all modern web browsers on PC and mobile.

Accessible for all developers

By leveraging existing and familiar web libraries, any JavaScript developer can build compelling VR content without the need for native app development or game engine experience.

Incredible reach and engagement

The same piece of content can now be shared with billions of people across mobile, web, and VR. Swap out static 2D content with interactive 360 experiences!

Drive adoption of existing VR content

In addition to using a cubemap or 2D video, VR developers can create instant-on previews of their games and apps and share them with a massive online audience both in and out of VR.

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