#ifdef WINDOWS – How to enable WebVR with just two lines of code with BabylonJS

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BabylonJS is a very powerful JavaScript framework for building 3D apps and games with web standards, used by game developers to build some amazing experiences that can run on any platform and device. This includes Windows Mixed Reality and VR platforms such as Oculus or SteamVR.  

With the latest release of BabylonJS, developers can enable immersive experiences with only 2 lines of code. David Rousset, one of the core authors of BabylonJS, stopped by to show just how easy it is to create fully interactive WebVR apps. Watch the full video above and feel free to reach out on Twitter or in the comments below for questions or comments. 

Happy coding! 

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