Virtual reality headsets have started to pop up in recent years, bringing a previously futuristic concept to the present. Most of these devices run off of larger gaming systems or computers and are designed for basic VR games. From dodging bullets to using a lightsaber, these are games designed to entertain. The Varjo VR-2 Pro takes it to a different level. Most VR devices provide you with a basic headset and you’ll use handheld controllers to interact with the virtual world around you. However, the Varjo VR-2 Pro tracks your eyes to provide the most precise VR movements possible.
So what’s the purpose of accurate eye tracking? It allows you to train within virtual words you wouldn’t be able to otherwise, such as in an aviation cockpit. Car manufacturer Audi has started to use the technology to test out vehicles before going into production as this lets them determine the best feel and performance without ever building anything. And now, you can use the very same equipment. A single Varjo VR-2 Pro comes with a link box, the headset, power supply, multiple USB connections, as well as a hygienic face mask for a VR experience that blurs the lines between reality.