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// Copyright 2015 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
// Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
// found in the LICENSE file.
module device.mojom;
import "mojo/public/mojom/base/time.mojom";
import "gpu/ipc/common/mailbox_holder.mojom";
import "gpu/ipc/common/sync_token.mojom";
import "ui/display/mojo/display.mojom";
import "ui/gfx/geometry/mojo/geometry.mojom";
import "ui/gfx/mojo/gpu_fence_handle.mojom";
import "ui/gfx/mojo/transform.mojom";
// WebXR interfaces
// TODO: Use EnableIf to only define values on platforms that have
// implementations.
enum XRDeviceId {
LAYOUT_TEST_DEVICE_ID = 0, // Fake device used by layout tests.
[EnableIf=enable_openvr] OPENVR_DEVICE_ID = 2,
[EnableIf=enable_oculus_vr] OCULUS_DEVICE_ID = 3,
FAKE_DEVICE_ID = 6, // Fake device used by unit tests.
[EnableIf=enable_windows_mr] WINDOWS_MIXED_REALITY_ID = 7,
enum XRHandedness {
NONE = 0,
LEFT = 1,
enum XRTargetRayMode {
struct XRSessionOptions {
bool immersive;
bool environment_integration;
// A flag to indicate if there has been a user activation when the request
// session is made.
bool has_user_activation;
// This flag ensures that render paths that are only supported in WebXR are
// not used for WebVR 1.1.
bool use_legacy_webvr_render_path;
// This structure contains all the mojo interfaces for different kinds of
// XRSession. The only interface required by all sessions is the
// XRFrameDataProvider. It must always be present. Other interfaces are set as
// apropriate based on the session creation options. (for example, an immersive
// session ought to have a XRPresentationConnection to submit the frames to the
// immersive environment).
// The XRSessionClient request must be fulfilled for the session to get
// information about the device it is connected to, such as focus and blur
// events, changes to view or stage parameters, or exit present calls initiated
// by the device.
struct XRSession {
XRFrameDataProvider data_provider;
// TODO( Move where the client_request gets set to the
// device process then mark this as non-optional.
XRSessionClient&? client_request;
// TODO( Move the information that is sent in display
// info to more sensible places so that this doesn't need to be sent here.
VRDisplayInfo display_info;
XRPresentationConnection? submit_frame_sink;
// This structure contains the infomation and interfaces needed to create a two
// way connection between the renderer and a device to synchronize and submit
// frames to a sink outside of Chrome.
struct XRPresentationConnection {
XRPresentationProvider provider;
XRPresentationClient& client_request;
XRPresentationTransportOptions transport_options;
struct XRInputSourceDescription {
XRTargetRayMode target_ray_mode;
XRHandedness handedness;
bool emulated_position;
// Transform from the grip matrix to the pointer's origin and orientation.
gfx.mojom.Transform? pointer_offset;
struct XRInputSourceState {
uint32 source_id;
// Description of this input source's behavior. Should be mostly static, only
// need periodic updates.
XRInputSourceDescription? description;
// Transform to the controllers grip (users palm) from start space origin.
gfx.mojom.Transform? grip;
// Describes the current state of the primary input.
bool primary_input_pressed;
// Indicates if the input's primary input has been released (clicked) since
// the last report. May indicate that the button was pressed and released in
// the space of a single frame, so it may not have been preceeded by a
// primary_input_pressed = true;
bool primary_input_clicked;
// WebVR/WebXR shared interfaces
// A field of view, given by 4 degrees describing the view from a center point.
struct VRFieldOfView {
float upDegrees;
float downDegrees;
float leftDegrees;
float rightDegrees;
// A display's position, orientation, velocity, and acceleration state at the
// given timestamp.
struct VRPose {
array<float, 4>? orientation;
array<float, 3>? position;
array<float, 3>? angularVelocity;
array<float, 3>? linearVelocity;
array<float, 3>? angularAcceleration;
array<float, 3>? linearAcceleration;
// For WebXR sessions only, reports the state of all active input devices
// synced with the head pose.
array<XRInputSourceState>? input_state;
// Indicates that a reset pose event was triggered, either by device specific
// UI or by some other method, and handled on the browser side, and the
// renderer should now bubble up an event to the WebXR Device API.
bool pose_reset;
struct XRRay {
gfx.mojom.Point3F origin;
gfx.mojom.Vector3dF direction;
struct XRHitResult {
// A 4x4 transformation matrix representing the position of the object hit
// and the orientation of the normal of the object at the hit location.
// TODO( use gfx.mojom.Transform.
array<float, 16> hit_matrix;
struct VRDisplayCapabilities {
bool hasPosition;
bool hasExternalDisplay;
// Indicates whether the display can actively show imagery on a headset.
bool canPresent;
// Whether the display gathers data about the environment (for AR like
// planes, point clouds, meshes, etc.). The backend will decide whether
// it needs to provide camera frames or not based on whether it is a
// see-through HMD or camera-based AR system.
bool canProvideEnvironmentIntegration;
// Information about the optical properties for an eye in a VRDisplay.
struct VREyeParameters {
VRFieldOfView fieldOfView;
array<float, 3> offset;
uint32 renderWidth;
uint32 renderHeight;
struct VRStageParameters {
array<float, 16> standingTransform;
float sizeX;
float sizeZ;
struct VRDisplayInfo {
XRDeviceId id;
string displayName;
VRDisplayCapabilities capabilities;
VRStageParameters? stageParameters;
// Parameters required to distort a scene for viewing in a VR headset. Only
// required for devices which have the canPresent capability.
VREyeParameters? leftEye;
VREyeParameters? rightEye;
float webvr_default_framebuffer_scale = 1.0;
float webxr_default_framebuffer_scale = 1.0;
// Frame transport method from the Renderer's point of view.
enum XRPresentationTransportMethod {
NONE = 0,
// Renderer should create a new texture handle (Windows) or
// texture mailbox (Android Surface path) containing the
// frame's image and supply that as a submitFrame argument.
// Renderer should draw directly into a texture mailbox
// provided for each frame in OnVSync.
struct XRPresentationTransportOptions {
XRPresentationTransportMethod transport_method;
// Booleans indicating which of the XRPresentationClient callbacks
// are in use. Default is false, the device implementation should set
// the ones to true that it needs and can ignore the rest.
bool wait_for_transfer_notification;
bool wait_for_render_notification;
bool wait_for_gpu_fence;
// The data needed for each animation frame of an XRSession.
struct XRFrameData {
// General XRSession value
// The pose may be null if the device lost tracking. The XRFrameData can still
// have other data, such as pass through camera image.
VRPose? pose;
// TODO( Is this delta since the last
// frame? OR an unspecified origin? Something else?
mojo_base.mojom.TimeDelta time_delta;
// The buffer_holder is used for sending data imagery back and forth across
// the process boundary. For application with pass through camera, it holds
// the camera image to be passed to the renderer. For immersive sessions, it
// is the place for the renderer to draw into to pass imagery to the device
// for rendering.
gpu.mojom.MailboxHolder? buffer_holder;
// Exclusive session values
// The frame_id maps frame data to a frame arriving from the compositor. IDs
// will be reused after the frame arrives from the compositor. Negative IDs
// imply no mapping.
int16 frame_id;
// Pass through camera values
gfx.mojom.Size? buffer_size;
array<float, 16>? projection_matrix;
// Eye parameters may be provided per-frame for some runtimes. If both of
// these are null, it indicates that there was no change since the previous
// frame. If either are non-null, it indicates that data has changed. If only
// one is null, it indicates that the data has changed and the display is
// mono. Some hardware have sliders to adjust the displays for the eyes, so
// Oculus, Vive, and Samsung headsets may have differen't eye offsets for each
// frame. These need to be synchronized with a frame because the runtimes
// distort textures assuming the view matrix they handed out was used for
// rendering.
VREyeParameters? left_eye;
VREyeParameters? right_eye;
enum VRDisplayEventReason {
NONE = 0,
// Interface for requesting XRDevice interfaces and registering for
// notifications that the XRDevice has changed
interface VRService {
// Returns the XRDevice interface which is used for creating XRSessions. This
// is not expected to be called once per renderer, unless the returned
// XRDevice is destroyed, then it might be called again to get another one.
RequestDevice() => (XRDevice? device);
// Optionally supply a VRServiceClient to listen for changes to the XRDevice.
// The last provided listener will have events called on it.
SetClient(VRServiceClient client);
// WebVR 1.1 functionality compatibility method. To stop listening pass a null
// client.
SetListeningForActivate(VRDisplayClient? client);
// The interface for the renderer to listen to top level XR events, events that
// can be listened to and triggered without the renderer calling requestDevice.
interface VRServiceClient {
// Signals changes to the available physical device runtimes.
// Supplies XRSessions and session support information. Implemented in the
// browser process, consumed in the renderer process.
interface XRDevice {
// Request to initialize a session in the browser process. If successful, the
// XRSession struct with the requisite interfaces will be returned.
XRSessionOptions options,
bool triggered_by_displayactive) => (XRSession? session);
SupportsSession(XRSessionOptions options) => (bool supports_session);
// WebVR 1.1 functionality compatibility method. Returns VRDisplayInfo for an
// immersive session if immersive is supported. If (and only if) immersive is
// not supported, will return a nullptr. This call might cause device specific
// UI to appear.
GetImmersiveVRDisplayInfo() => (VRDisplayInfo? info);
// Provides functionality for integrating environment information into an
// XRSession. For example, some AR sessions would implement hit test to allow
// developers to get the information about the world that its sensors supply.
interface XREnvironmentIntegrationProvider {
// Different devices can have different native orientations - 0 is the native
// orientation, and then increments of 90 degrees from there. Session geometry
// is needed by the device when integrating environment image data, i.e.
// camera feeds, into a session.
gfx.mojom.Size frame_size,
display.mojom.Rotation display_rotation);
// Performs a raycast into the scene and returns a list of XRHitResults sorted
// from closest to furthest hit from the ray. Each hit result contains a
// hit_matrix containing the transform of the hit where the rotation
// represents the normal of the surface hit.
// An empty result list means there were no hits. If a nullopt is returned,
// there was an error.
RequestHitTest(XRRay ray) => (array<XRHitResult>? results);
// Provides the necessary functionality for a WebXR session to get data for
// drawing frames. The kind of data it gets depends on what kind of session was
// requested.
// This interface is hosted in the Browser process, but will move to a sandboxed
// utility process on Windows. The render process communicates with it.
interface XRFrameDataProvider {
// frame_data is optional and will not be set if and only if the call fails
// for some reason, such as device disconnection.
GetFrameData() => (XRFrameData? frame_data);
associated XREnvironmentIntegrationProvider& environment_provider);
// Provides the necessary functionality for sending frames to a headset.
// This interface is hosted in the Browser process, but will move to a sandboxed
// utility process on Windows. The render process communicates with it.
interface XRPresentationProvider {
// This function tells the device which parts of the canvas should be rendered
// to which view.
UpdateLayerBounds(int16 frame_id, gfx.mojom.RectF left_bounds,
gfx.mojom.RectF right_bounds, gfx.mojom.Size source_size);
// Call this if the animation loop exited without submitting a frame to
// ensure that every GetFrameData has a matching Submit call. This happens for
// WebXR if there were no drawing operations to the opaque framebuffer, and
// for WebVR 1.1 if the application didn't call SubmitFrame. Usable with any
// XRPresentationTransportMethod. This path does *not* call the
// SubmitFrameClient methods such as OnSubmitFrameTransferred. This is
// intended to help separate frames while presenting, it may or may not
// be called for the last animating frame when presentation ends.
SubmitFrameMissing(int16 frame_id, gpu.mojom.SyncToken sync_token);
// XRPresentationTransportMethod SUBMIT_AS_MAILBOX_HOLDER
SubmitFrame(int16 frame_id, gpu.mojom.MailboxHolder mailbox_holder,
mojo_base.mojom.TimeDelta time_waited);
// XRPresentationTransportMethod SUBMIT_AS_TEXTURE_HANDLE
// TODO( Support preprocessing of mojom files, since
// this is Windows only.
SubmitFrameWithTextureHandle(int16 frameId, handle texture);
// XRPresentationTransportMethod DRAW_INTO_TEXTURE_MAILBOX
SubmitFrameDrawnIntoTexture(int16 frameId, gpu.mojom.SyncToken sync_token,
mojo_base.mojom.TimeDelta time_waited);
// After submitting a frame, the XRPresentationProvider will notify the client
// about several stages of the render pipeline. This allows pipelining
// efficiency. Following XRPresentationProvider::Submit*, the submitted frame
// will be transferred (read from, perhaps copied to another texture), and then
// rendered (submitted to the underlying VR API).
// The client lives in the render process.
// See XRPresentationTransportOptions which configures which of these
// callbacks are in use.
interface XRPresentationClient {
// The XRPresentationProvider calls this to indicate that the submitted frame
// has been transferred, so the backing data (mailbox or GpuMemoryBuffer) can
// be reused or discarded. Note that this is a convenience/optimization
// feature, not a security feature - if a site discards the data early we may
// drop a frame, but nothing will otherwise misbehave.
// When the frame wasn't successfully transferred, the client should create a
// new mailbox/GpuMemoryBuffer rather than reusing an existing one to recover
// for subsequent frames.
OnSubmitFrameTransferred(bool success);
// The XRPresentationProvider calls this after the frame was handed off to the
// underlying VR API. This allows some pipelining of CPU/GPU work, while
// delaying expensive tasks for a subsequent frame until the current frame has
// completed.
// This callback provides a GpuFence corresponding to the previous frame's
// rendering completion, intended for use with a server wait issued before
// the following wait to prevent its rendering work from competing with
// the previous frame.
OnSubmitFrameGpuFence(gfx.mojom.GpuFenceHandle gpu_fence_handle);
// Functions for pushing device information to the sessions.
interface XRSessionClient {
OnChanged(VRDisplayInfo display);
// Backwards compatibility events for WebVR 1.1. These are expected to not be
// used for WebXR.
interface VRDisplayClient {
// Inform the renderer that a headset has sent a signal indicating that the
// user has put it on. Returns an indicator of whether or not the page
// actually started a WebVR 1.1 presentation.
OnActivate(VRDisplayEventReason reason) => (bool will_not_present);
// Inform the renderer that a headset has sent a signal indicating that the
// user stopped using a headset.
OnDeactivate(VRDisplayEventReason reason);