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Human-eye resolution VR/XR headset uses Milbeaut image signal processing

Human-eye resolution VR/XR headset uses Milbeaut image signal processing

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The headset can visualise images at 70MP with a 100° field-of-view, a big improvement on today’s headsets. The Varjo technology mimics the human eye by grading the resolution across the field of view, only showing the full resolution in the centre field of vision. The technology is the same as Varjo uses in its mixed reality and video-see-through headsets, which combine real world and augmented content.

Varjo uses Socionext’s Milbeaut image signal processing capabilities in its products to provide the high imaging resolution and visual quality required. Socionext achieves that performance through high-definition video pipelines and fast processing.

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