## I can't walk around the scene in VR with Aframe - three.js

I am new with aframe. I don't know if it's a problem or if aframe works like this by default.
When I try to walk in the VR with my mobile phone it doesn't work, but if I walk using AR it works.
Could you tell me if aframe works like this or is it something I'm doing wrong.
Thank you so much.
This is my code
import React from 'react';
import './styles/VirtualReality.css';
import scene from '../assets/scenes/scenario.gltf';
export default function VirtualReality() {
return (
<React.Fragment>
<a-scene vr-mode-ui="enabled: true; cardboardModeEnabled: true;">
<a-asset>
<a-asset-item
id="data"
src='[{"x": 1, "y": 8, "z": 0, "size": 1, "color": "#ff0000"},
{"x": -2, "y": 3, "z": 1, "size": 1.5, "color": "#00ff00"},
{"x": -1, "y": 3, "z": 2, "size": 1, "color": "#0000ff"},
{"x": 2, "y": 7, "z": 7, "size": 1.5, "color": "#0000ff"},
{"x": 1, "y": 6, "z": 3, "size": 1, "color": "#4CC3D9"}]'
></a-asset-item>
</a-asset>
<a-sky gltf-model={scene} color="#ECECEC"></a-sky>
<a-entity
charts="type: bar; dataPoints: #data; axis_length: 12; axis_negative: false; axis_grid: true"
scale="0.15 0.15 0.15"
position="-6 1 -10"
></a-entity>
</a-scene>
</React.Fragment>
);
}
I am using react. And in the scene I am using the default camera.
I tried to walk in VR using aframe, but it didn't work, it just stays in a fixed position, although I can look around. I thought in VR you could walk around just like you do in AR mode.

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