Varjoâs dual-resolution VR and AR headsets just got crisper and cheaper
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Virtual reality company Varjo, known for its unusual dual-resolution displays, has a new generation of virtual and augmented reality headsets. Itâs promising even higher resolution, a wider field of view, and AR with advanced depth mapping.
Varjoâs PC-tethered VR-3 and XR-3 both have some of the sharpest screens youâll find in VR and AR. The headsets use two panels for each eye: a small 1920 x 1920 display in the center of your vision, and a 2880 x 2720 panel for the rest of the screen. That produces an extremely clear image when youâre looking straight ahead and a more standard (albeit still high) VR resolution for your peripheral vision. Earlier Varjo devices used the same strategy with lower-resolution panels; the VR-1 and VR-2 from…