Additionally, the VR-2 Pro is equipped with Ultraleap hand tracking technology in the form of two wide-angle cameras and LEDs. This delivers more intuitive control interaction with high-fidelity VR content as no controller is required.
Another difference with the Pro model is that it includes a 250g counterweight, resulting in an improved ergonomic feel, along with a ten-metre-long connection cable – twice as long as the standard VR-2’s.
To improve comfort, the VR-2 and VR-2 Pro incorporate an active airflow system, and come with headbands and head straps that are both detachable. There are two different-sized face cushions that can be easily replaced, while automatic interpupillary distance (IPD) adjustment simplifies the process of switching users and adjusting the headset accordingly.
With VR-2 and VR-2 Pro you can work in true-to-life VR and create or explore some of the most realistic virtual environments currently possible with this type of technology.
Varjo’s products have already caught the attention of some leading car manufacturers. Volvo is using the headsets to test-drive its vehicles in safety simulations to detect how people respond to certain hazards, while a collaboration with Audi offered an opportunity to explore the company’s new e-tron model through a realistic immersive environment.
Offering a combination of the highest visual fidelity in the industry, along with high-precision eye tracking and leading hand tracking technology, Varjo is promising the next level in professional VR with this new line of products, so why not come and try it for yourself.