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Frameworks help you build immersive content quickly using easy-to-use tools. React 360 is a developer framework from Oculus that allows you to create rich, interactive 360 VR experiences using JavaScript and the coding patterns of React. It simplifies the development of complex 3D graphics, 360 media, and VR controller input by allowing you to use simple and familiar APIs and concepts.

Other frameworks include Mozilla A-Frame, Babylon.js and Three.js, which all perform well in Oculus Browser.

Open Standards

Oculus Web is aligned to WebXR, the latest proposed standard for building VR Complete websites (websites that take over the full field of view in a VR headset) that replaces WebVR. In the future, the WebXR standard will expand to support MR and AR use cases across multiple devices.

Developers can build on WebVR today and transition to WebXR as it moves from the experimental phase to a stable, open standard.

Oculus Browser

If you’ve already built web-based VR content and want to optimize it for Oculus headsets, Oculus Browser is the place to start. It is the default browser for Oculus’s standalone VR products, which maximizes the performance of content on Oculus headsets. Oculus Browser also allows audiences to access popular immersive content from websites, Facebook, and a curated collection of WebVR developers.

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Create and distribute VR content for
the web.

Speed up the development of immersive content with tools and resources from Oculus Web.

Distribute content on a global scale, and give audiences new ways to discover, save, and share their experiences.




Create immersive content using React 360, a development framework that makes it easy to build for the VR web using Javascript.

New York

Dive underneath the Antarctic ice shelves

Virtual reality served as the perfect medium for transporting audiences to some of the most inaccessible parts of the world to tell the story of our least-known continent. React 360 help the team capture this world with a feeling of presence and sensation never experienced before.



The combination of Facebook, React 360, and Oculus browser allows you to reach the millions of people who use Facebook daily along with Oculus headset users.

The British

Step into an interactive walking tour—from anywhere.

The British Museum teamed up with Oculus to welcome new audiences to their Egyptian galleries using React 360. The exhibit team combined high-resolution 360-degree photography with layers of additional content that included audio commentary from curators, text descriptions, and interactive 3D models of highlighted objects.



Oculus Browser helps audiences discover immersive content on Facebook and easily save it to view later in an Oculus headset or share with friends.

The National

Explore the stories behind the art

The National Gallery brings people from around the world to view Early Renaissance works through their Facebook feed, web browser, or VR headset. The National Gallery believes that this project has the potential to change the way people create, consume, and distribute art.

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Engage people on a deeper level by building rich, immersive and interactive VR experiences on the web by using tools and resources from Oculus Web.

New York

The New York Times brings its audiences to places where no human has ventured before using React 360.

The British

React 360 helps the British Museum share one-of-a-kind artifacts and exhibit content with people around the world.

The National

London’s National Gallery used React 360 to unlock in-depth stories and hidden meaning behind some of the most amazing works of Early Renaissance Art.