Script & Style Show: Episode 25: AR, VR, and Mozilla Reality with Chris Van Wiemeersch

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On this episode:  Todd notices what David's been watching on YouTube while logged in as the Script & Style user and David has no defense but loads of embarrassment.  David hurriedly transitions to welcoming guest Chris Van Wiemeersh from Mozilla's Reality team.  Chris enlightens the guys about the current state of virtual reality, Mozilla's role in virtual and augmented reality in the browser, A-Frame, Mozilla Hubs, and more!  Enjoy!

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