Use Multiview

How to use Multiview


The WebGL Multiview extension allows rendering multiple views (eg. each eye for VR scenarios) in a single render pass. This can make rendering around 1.5 to 2.0 times faster.

Currently, Multiview is not supported in all browsers. If its supported the multiview capability should be present.


Note: Multiview rendering renders to a texture array instead of a standard texture. This may be unexpected issues when applying postprocessing with custom shaders, effects or postprocessing. (e.g. highlight layer will have no effect)

Using with the VRExperienceHelper

Multiview can be enabled by setting the useMultiview option to true.

scene.createDefaultVRExperience({useMultiview: true});

Using with VRDeviceOrientationFreeCamera to display to screen

Enable through the option in the VRCameraMetrics object:

// Enable multiview
var multiviewMetrics = BABYLON.VRCameraMetrics.GetDefault();
multiviewMetrics.multiviewEnabled = true;
// Create camera
var multiviewCamera = new BABYLON.VRDeviceOrientationFreeCamera(
  new BABYLON.Vector3(-10, 5, 0),