Good news in the blogopshere. According to this article in The Verge by Jacob Kastrenakes, WordPress now supports 360° video, though unsure whether this means it supports stereoscopic video.
Open source project WebVR is the key, and that means that you can watch, at minimum, 360° videos embedded in WordPress blogs.
One of the issues this brings up is a simple question: What is VR? In the annals of VR porn, we don’t think of virtual reality as anything but stereoscopic video. It can be 180° or 360 °, or anything in between to qualify, but if it’s not stereoscopic, the video is not virtual reality.
That makes complete sense. If you’re watching a 360° video, cool and interesting as it is, you’re not immersed, and if you’re not immersed in an alternate reality, then you’re not experiencing virtual reality.