[webvr] Could really use a about:webvr / chrome://webvr - suggested contents
Kearwood "Kip" Gilbert
kgilbert at mozilla.com
Thu Sep 1 17:24:48 UTC 2016
I think this is a great idea. I’ve copied your message to a bug to track an implementation in Firefox:
In general, we would like to build up the developer tools in Firefox to be the most useful for WebVR developers. All ideas are welcome!
> On Sep 1, 2016, at 10:17 AM, Ben Houston <ben at exocortex.com> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I'm current debugging some various flakiness in WebVR. I think it is
> related to NVIDIA drivers and VIVE drivers a lot of the time. It
> would be great to have a page in the web browser I could ask users to
> view that would state the following:
> Is WebVR supported? (e.g. Chromium has a flag to enable WebVR, so it
> may be supported by not enabled.)
> What is the version number of the underlying WebVR API - assuming
> there are explicit revision numbers.
> the WebVR API)
> For each detected VR device (including Cardboard, VIVE, Oculus):
> WebVR API)
> - What is the version number of the VR device's hardware.
> - What is the version number of the VR device's driver.
> This would go a long way to helping diagnose these issues.
> I think that WebVR is likely going to follow the path of WebGL and
> you'll have black listed drivers and various compensations for bad
> hardware/drivers. And thus sharing this information via such a page
> would be a god send.
> Best regards,
> Ben Houston
> web-vr-discuss mailing list
> web-vr-discuss at mozilla.org
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