When we’re done, computers will look nothing like they do right now.
Our vision is clear: We’re revolutionizing reality. Up until now, advances in VR and XR have been an evolution. We think the time has come for a revolution.
Changing computing for good.
Varjo was founded by a team of industry professionals with decades of experience and a vision of seamlessly merging the virtual and real worlds – first for professionals and ultimately for everyone.
Our skills and backgrounds are many. From opto-mechanical engineers, laser technicians and computer vision experts to UX designers, product innovators and brand creators, Varjo is a supergroup made up of people with the passion, skills and vision to do things most people think are impossible.
All of us at Varjo are on a mission to empower people to do things that are impossible today by merging virtual, augmented and traditional realities. When we’re done, computers will look nothing like they do right now.
Where we are now.
The resolution of VR devices has been just a fraction of what the average human eye can see. Now, for the first time ever, Varjo HMDs deliver an unprecedented resolution of 60 pixels per degree – the equivalent of 20/20 vision.
With Bionic Display™, your model, project or simulation comes to life in VR with never-before-seen clarity. Every detail, texture, and contour are all just as clear as they are in the real world. You can read the tiniest text, see objects far off in the distance and more – all in human-eye resolution.
Whether you’re working on complex training and simulation, an architectural or 3D design model, CAD files, or more, everything appears just as it should: clearly.
Where we’ll be in the future.
Not too far down the road, we’ll change computing for good with hardware and software that will let you seamlessly merge virtual, mixed and traditional reality – all with the clarity of the human eye. This is the next step on the road to a new immersive computing - where you can no longer tell what’s real and what’s virtual.
Want to design the world’s best VR/XR tech?
The biggest thing holding computers back today isn’t speed, access or mobility. It’s how we interact with them. We want to help people do things that are impossible today by merging virtual and traditional reality. Want to join us?
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“Only our imagination is the limit.”
Tiina Nieminen - Head of Product Management, VARJO
Jan 20 - Jan 22 - San Diego, USA
Come see our latest headsets in action. We'll be at the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego, across the street from the conference, showcasing our VR-2 Pro and XR-1 Developer Edition. A conference badge in NOT required to see the demo.
Electronic Imaging 2020
Jan 28 - Jan 29 - Burlingame, CA
Are you attending Electronic Imaging 2020? Swing by the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications sub-conference on Tuesday and Wednesday (January 28-29) where our US Technology Director, Bernard Mendiburu will share best practices and lessons learned from working with virtual reality HMDs. Showcasing Varjo's VR-2 Pro on Tuesday from 5:30-7:30pm at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport Hotel. Speaker presentation at 11:30am on Wednesday in Grand Peninsula D.