Virtual reality that provides real-life detail is coming, and it promises to equal the human eye in resolution.
Virtual reality systems are in their infancy, using much of the same technology that’s used in other contemporary devices.
That limits their ability to produce truly lifelike experiences that are not only more immersive and realistic but also more usable for practical applications.
Going beyond today’s VR systems, therefore, requires utilizing new technologies, and nowhere is that truer than in the displays that are used to create the visual aspect of the experience.
Finnish company Varjo, which means “shadow” in Finnish, has come out of nowhere to introduce new display technology that promises to equal the human eye.
One of the problems with current VR headsets is that its relatively low resolution is incapable of allowing users to view particularly fine visual elements.