Firefox Reality is an experimental engineering prototype of a WebXR-enabled browser for HoloLens 2 devices and other Windows MR headsets. It is not intended to be used in place of a traditional desktop browser.
What’s new in this version
Full release notes: https://github.com/servo/servo/wiki/Firefox-Reality-release-notes Documentation: https://github.com/servo/servo/blob/master/docs/hololens.md New features: - added an in-app web console (press the developer tools button next to the URL bar) - added a panel to enable experimental/incomplete features that are disabled by default - launching the app via a fxrmin:// URL instead of http:// brings up a kiosk mode with no browser UI (eg. fxrmin://www.servoexperiments.com/webxr-particles/) - remote developer tools now supports Firefox 79 & 80 New web content features: - Unity WebXR content is supported - dynamic imports are now supported for JS modules - added WebAudio support for MediaStreamAudioSourceNode and MediaStreamAudioDestinationNode - added support for ReadableStream Fixes: - The most recent page contents will now be fetched when reloading a page - The remote devtools port now remains constant between browser sessions - self-signed SSL certificate errors can now be bypassed - Focusing a text input now causes the on-screen keyboard to appear - SSL websocket connections can now be opened - Launching the app from a fxr:// URL now shows the full browser UI - Network requests now include the Referer (sic) header - Blank and srcdoc iframes can now perform network requests
- Immersive mixed reality web content
- Compatibility with existing mobile web content
Published byMozilla Corporation
Approximate size110.22 MB
Age ratingFor all ages
This app canAccess your Internet connection
Generate code dynamically
Access your home or work networks
Access your Internet connection and act as a server.
InstallationGet this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.
Language supportedEnglish (United States)