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The Varjo Headset Employs a Bionic Display for Ultra-High Definition

 - Jul 2, 2018
References: varjo & dezeen
Virtual reality is quickly becoming the norm in contemporary culture and devices like the Varjo headset are leading the charge with innovative upgrades to existing tech. The main selling point of this headset lies in its human-eye resolution. Essentially, the Varjo headset utilizes a Bionic Display -- a screen that mimics the working of the human eye -- which allows for ultra-high resolution and an incredible sense of immersion.

This sense of immersion would normally take an immense level of processing power but the Varjo headset manages to sidestep this issue by using multiple displays. This allows the headset to focus processing power and high-resolution in the wearer's direct line of sight. The line of sight is measured using eye-tracking sensors to adapt to changes in screen configuration a user looks in multiple directions.