In what is being seen by some as a silly feature to add, Firefox 3.6 is apparently getting better support for orientation of where it is at. What does this mean, exactly? Firefox will know, if your computer has an accelerometer in it, if it is tilting to the left, right, front, or back and will respond with the way the web page your looking at is displayed.
Here’s a few more details about the new feature coming to Firefox:
Originally built as something that we would include for our upcoming mobile browser release, we’ve made it available on desktop systems as well. Many modern Macbooks and Thinkpads contain devices and drivers that expose this information. We’ve added support for Linux, Macs and some Thinkpads where drivers and devices are available.
Overall, this is a pretty awesome new feature for the computers that will support it. This picture really does not do it justice, go check out the video demonstration over at hacks.mozilla.org.