Summary… * Machine-Made
The headset also uses video see-through technology for "unparalleled AR and MR capabilities," Varjo says.
The information is pretty vague, but Varjo says it combined a context display, focus display, optical combiner and gaze tracker into a "bionic display" for human-eye resolution in #VR, AR and XR.
At a recent demo in New York City, the company showed off what its technology can do using an Oculus Rift.
In the preview, a card-sized rectangle was laid over the middle of the field of view to show the difference between Varjo's tech and the standard Oculus Rift render.
On a virtual eye test, letters in the bottom row were easy to read through Varjo's simulated rectangle, but were blurry and almost illegible in the regular Oculus Rift mode.
Opinion… * Man-Made