The Microsoft browser will receive a series of improvements with the new Windows 10 update, among which the compatibility with WebVR for the execution of content on HMDs stands out.
Microsoft it has announced some of the new features for its web browser that will arrive in the spring with the new update Creators Update of Windows 10. Microsoft Edge it will offer navigation with better performance, lower battery consumption and greater safety. Among the announced features are: a new tab management, books in the browser, more extensions, API with Microsoft Wallet, and the support of WebVR.
In the coming years, virtual and augmented reality will change the way we interact with the world, and Microsoft Edge wants to be at the forefront by providing support for WebVR, getting users to enjoy content through VR or mixed reality devices such as Hololens. Currently WebVR support in the most used browsers continues to be experimental, although it is something that should change in the coming weeks with the arrival of stable versions for Chrome. You can find more information on how to get started with WebVR on this page.