Varjo Aero VR headset delivers professional-grade fidelity


Varjo today officially launched its new Aero VR headset aperture pre-orders for hardware which has been specially designed to deliver a “generational leap in visual fidelity for professionals and advanced VR users,” said the engineering team. The company’s latest hardware was designed to provide a more affordable VR headset compared to their other creations, which range in price from $ 3,200 to $ 5,500 in addition to an annual subscription.

By comparison, the Varjo Aero VR headset is priced at $ 2,000 with no annual fee, but you’ll also need to purchase SteamVR Tracking base stations and controllers. Orders are now open and the first shipments should be deployed to customers before the end of the year.

Features of the Varjo Aero helmet

– Dual mini-LED displays with maximum fidelity of 35 ppd, 150 nits brightness and 115 ° field of view for edge-to-edge clarity.
– Variable resolution crystalline aspherical lenses offering a clear improvement in visual fidelity compared to consumer Fresnel optics.
– Automatic IPD adjustment and super-fast 200Hz built-in eye tracking for a personalized and optimal experience for every user, every time.
– Premium lightweight comfort with precision 3-point headband, active cooling and optimized ergonomics for long-lasting use.
– Get the ultimate experience of SteamVR content, including Microsoft Flight Simulator, and excel with professional 3D software such as Gravity Sketch and KeyVR.
– No annual software subscription but full access to Varjo Base software updates, including a high definition virtual office with Varjo Workspace.

Varjo Aero VR Headset

“The Varjo Aero features an advanced optical design that takes users to a new level of visual fidelity, bringing pixels closer in front of you. Variable-resolution lenses create ultra-crisp 35 PPD peak resolution, right in the center of focus where it matters most, mimicking how the human eye works. The commercially available alternative helmets reach a maximum of over 20 PPD. Compared to the cloudy experience of mainstream Fresnel lenses, the Aero’s lenses are aspherical, delivering an incredible lifelike visual experience that makes divine rays and screen holder effect a thing of the past.

“Varjo Aero comes with the world’s most advanced built-in 200 Hz eye tracking. It has automatic and mechanical interpupillary distance adjustment that always delivers the best possible visual quality for every user. With our one-point calibration, it only takes seconds for the helmet to find the perfect optical fit for your eyes. Eye tracking also enables advanced dynamic rendering to further improve app performance.

Source: Varjo: On the way to VR

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