So I been doing a little research on some WebVR which is the new virtual reality API for Web Sites. So far I think I like Three.js tools for WebVR better than ReactVR. The first thing that got me was the issues with ReactVR like not being able to use the VR mode in chrome for android, and another issue is when I installed the sample and hit the VR mode button then exit VR mode the button still says Exit VR and you cannot go back into VR mode unless you refresh the page, which is really bad to me. So having done this research id say that Three.js is more consistent so far and ReactVR uses Three.js in their whole code so I give it to ReactVR for trying to simplify things but Three.js implementation and examples got them beat by far.
Author: John Rowan
I am a Computer Science major at West Chester University and I love everything to do with computers. My specialty is Android programming but I actually love to code in any language specifically learning new things.