VRDisplayCapabilities.maxLayers

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The maxLayers read-only property of the VRDisplayCapabilities interface returns a number indicating the maximum number of VRLayerInits that the VR display can present at once (e.g. the maximum length of the array that Display.requestPresent() can accept.)

Syntax

var maximumLayers = vrDisplayCapabilitiesInstance.maxLayers;

Value

A number, which must be 1 if VRDisplayCapabilities.canPresent is true, or 0 otherwise.

Examples

See VRDisplayCapabilities for example code.

Specifications

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