This article explains the requirements for a computer to be used in combination with a Varjo Aero. It also explains how you can test whether your current computer is VR ready.
The Varjo Aero is a high-end PC-VR headset that features an outstanding screen resolution of 2880 x 2720 pixels per eye, 90 Hz refresh rate and eye tracking with foveated rendering. The headset has some similarities to the Varjo VR-3, but is lighter and significantly lower price than Varjo’s other headsets. The Varjo Aero is ideal for flight and racing simulations, training, 3D design, and any other use case where detail and precision are essential.
It is useful to run a software test to determine whether your current system is powerful enough to use virtual reality. This can be done simply by downloading the SteamVR Performance Test from the Steam store.
This application automatically measures the power of the computer using a two-minute VR demo. Also, with this app you can easily determine whether your computer can run VR at 90 FPS (frames per second) or whether an upgrade of the GPU or CPU is required. Afterward, you will be shown in a graph how suitable your computer is.
Below is a list of minimum requirements for a computer that can support running applications on the Aero.
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