If you’re working in design, it’s important to observe the texture differences between different materials. To meet the needs of designers, Varjo claims that the latest VR-2 virtual reality head-on device can reach the human visual level resolution. Last weekend, at the VR/AR Global Summit in Vancouver, vr-2 attracted the attention of the media and visitors immediately after its debut.
The VR-2 offers a Bionic Display that integrates two Micro-LCD screens with a resolution of 192 x 1080 and two AMOLED screens with a resolution of 1440 x 1600. This allows an 87-degree field of view with a resolution of 60PPD (pixels per 1 degree), while a human 20/20 field of view is also 60 PPD.
In addition, a dynamic contrast pair of up to 10000:1 provides “the deepest black and individually calibrated color” and a different refractive index lens in each eye that minimizes chromatic aberration and reflection. Foreign media NewAtlas, wearing them live, said they were very impressed by the two displays.
Not only can users look around in a realistic environment, but they can get the same texture feel as real life if they want to see objects up close. The Varjo VR-2 was released in mid-October and is compatible with Windows 10 desktops and laptops for $4,995 (including software and support licenses). There’s also a VR-2 Pro bundle with Leap Motion, which tracks users’ hands, allowing them to manipulate virtual objects in a screen environment – priced at $5,995.