VARJO VR-3 virtual reality headset

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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.

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The era of visual quality has arrived with the manufacturer VARJO and its new VARJO VR-3 headset.

The manufacturer VARJO once again pushes the limits of visualization in Virtual Reality headsets. After proving to us that pixel density was the major axis of development for photorealistic visualization with their first 2 editions of the VR headset here is their 3 rd version the Varjo VR-3.

Now their Bionic Display ™ goes from 62 PPD to 71 PPD (pixel by degree) in the focus vision in the center of the image and 30 DPP in the peripheral vision making it superior to all other VR headsets existing today.

Varjo VR-3 virtual reality headset image comparison

A high quality display with a field of view of 115 ° (compared to 87 °) for previous versions.

First version VR-1 and VR-2

 

Varjo VR-3 virtual reality headset image comparison

New version of display VR-3 and XR-3

Varjo VR-3 virtual reality headset image comparison

With a 90Hz refresh rate, the VR-3 also incorporates the world’s fastest and most accurate eye tracking in VR headsets up to 200Hz, providing users with enhanced visual fidelity through foveal rendering.

Now available, this headset also has built-in Ultraleap ™ Gemini (v5) hand tracking for natural interactions with your hands and 3D content.

Improved comfort and ease of use with a precise 3-point fit headband, 40% lighter weight, active cooling, and an ultra-wide optical design eliminating eye strain often a pain in simulations.

At the application level, the headset is compatible with full software integration with Unity ™, Unreal Engine ™, OpenXR 1.0 (early 2021) and hundreds of industrial 3D engines and applications, including Autodesk VRED ™, Lockheed Martin Prepar3d ™, VBS BlueIG ™ and FlightSafety Vital ™.

Display comparison in 2 different helmets:

Varjo VR-3 virtual reality headset image comparisonState of the art headset / VARJO VR-3 headset

 

If you are an academic or university client, you can benefit from a discount on the license agreement per product, do not hesitate to contact us by email or by phone to find out more.

Technical characteristics:

Display & Resolution
Full Frame Bionic Display with human-eye resolution.
Focus area (27 ° x 27 °) at 70 PPD uOLED, 1920 x 1920 px per eye
Peripheral area at over 30 PPD LCD, 2880 x 2720 px per eye
Colors: 99% sRGB, 93% DCI-P3

Field of View:
Horizontal 115°

Refresh rate:
90 Hz

Hand tracking:
Ultraleap Gemini (v5)

Comfort & Wearability
3-point precision fit headband
Replaceable, easy-to-clean polyurethane face cushions
Automatic IPD 58–72mm

Weight
558g + headband

Connectivity
Two headset adapters in-box
Two USB-C cables (5 m) in-box
PC Connections: 2 x DisplayPort and 2 x USB-A 3.0+

Positional Tracking
Gen. 2 SteamVR tracking system

Eye tracking
200 Hz with sub-degree accuracy; 1-dot calibration for foveated rendering

Audio
3.5mm audio jack with microphone support

For more information, visit the website VARJO

 

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1 year subscription license, 2 year subscription license, 3 year subscription license, License Perpetual, offline