This was a very interesting BUZZ that I found today and wanted to share with you.
Originally posted on: https://www.roadtovr.com
More resolution in VR isn’t just ‘nice’, it’s a major contributor to immersion. ‘Retina-resolution’ displays,
those which match the visual limit of the human eye, are the ultimate destiny of VR headsets but it’ll be years yet before they’re affordable and widely available.
Varjo, however, is developing an enterprise-focused headset which offers a glimpse of this future, and it’s breathtaking.
Like Magic Bifocals for VR
On the path to launch in early 2019, Varjo is continuing to refine its ‘Bionic Display’ headset which cleverly combines two displays per eye to achieve retina-resolution at the center of the field of view,
surrounded by a peripheral area that’s similar in resolution to typical high-end consumer headsets. While only the center of the view is retina-resolution,
it covers enough of your fovea—the central part of your retina which resolves high detail—that if you’re looking through the very center of the lens you can just about convince yourself that the entire view is retina-quality.
Looking through the company’s latest prototype, which they say is nearly production-ready, the view is quite astounding—as close to any “wow” moment I’ve had in my years covering an industry full of exciting innovations.
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