Extended reality (XR) is an umbrella term that refers to all experiences combining reality and augmented or virtual content. The term encompasses virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality. VR, AR, and MR can be thought of as sub-categories of extended reality technologies.
For Varjo, XR refers to our headsets’ ability to deliver anything between the real reality and virtual reality to the user, thanks to the flexibility of the video pass-through technology.
True Extended Reality devices (XR), such as Varjo, allow you to choose your level of virtuality freely in the experiences you decide to create. You can jump from 100 % real to a fully synthetic environment and back – or anywhere in between. Every pixel that the user sees can be controlled and manipulated, allowing for a seamless immersion.
- Varjo XR-4 series
- E-Book: A Guide to the Transformative Power of Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality
- Showcasing the World’s First True-to-Life Extended Reality Demo by Varjo and Volvo
- NVIDIA blog: What is extended reality