Chrome adds function to allow the browser to play shooters
Google added a new feature to Chrome, known as “Mouse Lock”, which lets you assign the Mouse control perspective in 3D applications, such as what happens in first person games where you move the mouse with the vision and the character keys.
The function can also be useful in medical applications and scientific visualization, and training and simulation programs that run on Chrome. Mozilla Demo Studio created a demo of a first person shooter called “BananaBread” which can be used to test the new function. You can test on the official site .
Mouse Lock will automatically be added to Chrome by updating the browser to be held today.
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