How Much Would You Pay For 20/20 Vision In VR?, by Sol Rogers

VR-1: the only human-eye resolution headset.

Earlier this year, Finnish company Varjo launched a headset with a price tag of $5,995. That may sound hefty to your average Joe, but this headset is not aimed at consumers—it’s an enterprise tool. 

“This is something that was done with the professionals, for the professionals,” Varjo CMO Jussi Mäkinen told Wired. “It’s not a consumer product retrofit for the professional market.”

Varjo’s Bionic Display™ delivers an unprecedented resolution of 60 pixels per degree—the equivalent of 20/20 vision. This means you can read text, just as you would in the real world. Colors, contours, textures, and illuminations appear just as they should. The clarity ensures that professionals who work in fields that need extreme precision and detail—e.g. engineers, architects, and designers—can use VR.

With integration to industry-specific engines such as Unreal, Unity, Autodesk VRED, and Prepar3D, you can experience and evaluate prototypes in immense detail and design and train in a completely realistic VR environment.

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