Mozilla’s Hubs allows you to share virtual private rooms with friends, family, and coworkers. It recently received a new design that made it easier to use on PCs and mobile devices. Now, just a few days after the redesign, Hubs rolled out support for Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome in Windows Mixed Reality headsets.
Brian Peiris from the Hubs team shared news about Edge and Chrome support on Twitter. His tweet also includes a video of Hubs in action.
Many will recognize Hubs as a way to socialize in VR, but according to Mozilla, the majority of people use it on non-VR devices. Improving the experience on non-VR devices was a large part of the recent Hubs redesign. The company explains:
In the past, our team took a design approach that kept the desktop, mobile, and virtual reality interfaces tightly coupled. This often meant that the application’s interactions were tailored primarily to virtual reality devices, but in practice, the vast majority of Hubs users are visiting rooms on non-VR devices. This update separates the desktop and mobile interfaces to align more to industry-standard best practices, and makes the experience of being in a Hubs room more tailored to the device you’re using at any given time.
You can learn more about Hubs and create a private room right away by visiting the Hubs website.
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This post was written by Sean Endicott and was first posted to WindowsCentral
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