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Facebook just announced a new browser for VR content, codenamed 'Carmel' (FB)

At the Oculus Connect 3 presentation on Thursday, Facebook announced the next steps for its virtual reality headset, the Oculus Rift. Among those next steps is turning a set of tools over to would-be developers to create VR-compatible internet experiences for its forthcoming VR web browser, codenamed "Carmel." One demo shown on stage was called "Photo Spheres," which uses 360-degree photography to make users feel as though they are in a restaurant or a foreign location.
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