Prototype here based on this post.
I am amazed by the amount of opportunities offered by VR/AR (better late than ever), especially in the context of webVR that's recently blooming.
I really like post written by Ada Rose Edwards stating that VR will serve as enhancement to the web and right now we are facing very similiar issues, as ten(?) years ago during the introduction of mobile websites. Problems of showing CSS positions in VR, defining a role of a link (portal? doors? xanadu?) seem extremely exciting.
As a weekend activity I started with A-Frame, played around with ThreeJS and came back to Framer not to use VR Component, but actually play around with 3d maps.
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