Varjo Aero is the newest virtual reality device from Varjo, including a clear and high-resolution display and built-in eye tracking.
The foveated rendering feature further reduces compute requirements and enables a crystal clear resolution.
The lower PC hardware requirements of Varjo Aero also enable more scalable deployments and various multi-user experiences.
The Varjo Aero is available in two versions – Pro and Academic – and can be used in connected mode (need to be connected to the Internet) or disconnected with the Offline Unlock option.
The Varjo XR-3 is the second version of the XR helmet from the manufacturer VARJO. The XR-3 is the world’s first mixed reality HMD with ultra-high resolutions up to 71 ppd. It integrates a 200 Hz Eyetracking solution and VARJo Inside-out tracking while being compatible with SteamVR 2.0 positioning systems as well. For the interaction part VARJO has also embarked the latest Ultraleap and a LiDAR RGB camera to maximize user interactions in the real environment. Its new, more ergonomic design makes it lighter than its predecessors despite all these on-board technologies, thus facilitating the use over time of this type of product.
The Varjo VR-3 virtual reality headset is the third version of the Virtual Reality headset from the manufacturer VARJO. The VR-3 is the helmet with the highest pixel density in the world: 70 PPD in its Focus area and 30 PPD in its peripheral area.
Still integrating the most precise and fast 200 Hz binocular Eye-tracker on the market, allowing it to interact in applications but also to allow “foveal rendering” in your applications.
Finally, it now also integrates the latest development of Hand Tracking from the manufacturer UltraLeap, Gemini v5, allowing the most natural interaction for its user.