Although Virtual Reality is one of the hottest projects at the moment, WebVR is still pretty recent innovation as all of the popular web browser is yet to completely support the technology. Back in last year, Google Chrome gained support for WebVR and now, the browser supports Oculus Rift although the functionality is disabled by default.
In case you are using Chrome on Windows 10, you will be able to turn the support on. To enable the functionality, you will need to go to chrome://flags and search for Oculus. You will just need to enable the option and you are set.
Apart from Chrome, only Firefox supports WebVR at the moment as the company introduced support for WebVR earlier last year. As Mozilla supports HTC VIVE and Oculus Rift right out of the box, Chrome is likely to catch up the browser pretty soon. At the moment, it’s likely that we will get support for VR headsets across browsers in the coming days.