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Web VR: Oculus, Facebook Pushing VR For All With React VR, 'Carmel' Browser

VR is not just for high-end HMDs; it's also for the big wide mainstream web. Oculus and Facebook are pushing towards that future with Web VR: the React VR platform and "Carmel" browser.
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