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This Insane Curved Monitor Delivers A More Immersive VR Experience Even Without Goggles

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Image credit : Core77 Since there are so many AR and VR products on the market, with varied degrees of success, virtual reality doesn't belong in science fiction films or television shows anymore. Even while it's still not as commonplace as smartphones or tablets, a breakthrough could occur when we ultimately develop a product that everyone can purchase and use. However, we are still seeing a variety of experimental items today, including VR headsets, consoles, video games, and now desktop monitors. [caption id="attachment_176150" align="aligncenter" width="2560"]Breylon Curved Monitor Image credit : ProVideo Coalition[/caption] [caption id="attachment_176151" align="aligncenter" width="880"]Brelyon 8K Ultra-Reality display Image credit : Core77[/caption] Brelyon, a startup, has created an odd monitor that aims to replicate the immersive experience of using VR goggles without the need for them. Their Ultra Reality Display is a hooded, 30"-wide device that rests on your desk and, when you look into it, gives the illusion that there is "a virtual ten-foot screen on your desk" with wraparound vision that offers either a 110-degree or 155-degree field of view (the company's marketing materials differ on this point). [caption id="attachment_176147" align="aligncenter" width="1080"]Brelyon Curved Monitor Image credit : Breylon[/caption]

"And with a depth profile that emulates the curvature of the human eye," the company claims, "it offers unparalleled eye comfort compared to flat monitors."

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The company asserts that the display can replace the multi-monitor setups frequently used by financial traders, video editors, and inhabitants of the metaverse. It claims that the display is perfect for gaming, training simulations, and teleoperation of automobiles. The display's promotional video is pitiful, but it offers you a taste of what using it might be like.

By Awanish Kumar

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