Hark! A VR headset powered by Linux that you can maybe buy one day

The factor you did not even know you wished is right here: SimulaVR have been working onerous on bringing Linux to the VR world and the result’s the SimulaVR One and, effectively, it really appears to be like fairly cool. 

Now, you could be pondering, do we want Linux in a VR headset? It’s a superb query and the reply, in our view, is why not. The 12 months of Linux has been coming for some time and SimulaVR may need simply discovered the lacking piece. 

According to SimularVR’s technical preview, Intel’s NUC is getting used by Simula as the heart of the One, particularly an Eleventh-gen Intel NUC with a four-core i7,  Iris Xe built-in graphics, Wi-Fi 6, and 3-4 USB ports, Thunderbolt, and two DisplayPorts, though the IO remains to be below dialogue. 

Simulavr One

(Image credit score: SimulaVR)

On the precise VR facet, Sharp has offered two 2448 x 2448 panels, which, when paired with an progressive three-lens design, gives 100-degree discipline of view and 36.2 pixels per diploma (PPD), which SimulaVR is fast to notice beats the Valve Index and Oculus Quest 2. 

The 12 months of Linux, right here finally  

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