Immersive Wire, an analytic website specializing on the metaverse and spatial computing, has picked up on our news and pointed out the unique attributes of the XTAL 3 CAVU MR headset.
With its advanced AMD and Nvidia chips, the headset paves the way for ultra-realistic graphics and powerful performance. It offers precise, high resolution and professional-grade mixed reality training to various professions, especially pilots.
In their feature, Read Magazine mentioned how our latest innovation brings mixed reality to the forefront with a remarkable 24Mpix image sensor directly connected to an AMD Xilinx FPGA PCIe16x card via optic cables. This “hardcoded” processor is dedicated to calculating high resolution mixed-reality images which are delivered in a flash – one millisecond to be exact.
The technology-focused Develop3D has emphasized the improved design of the XTAL 3 CAVU – the device is built from precision-engineered lightweight carbon fibre, making it lighter than previous 700g XTAL Vrgineer headsets.
The news has also been mentioned by Road to VR which stated: “The funding round was led by Taiwania Capital, a venture capital firm based in Taipei, Taiwan. Returning investors include Czechia-based Nation 1, which has increased its share by $500,000 since the previous investment round.”
Set to hit the market in 2024, the XTAL 3 CAVU system will feature in Vrgineers Mixed Reality Classroom Simulators. We also plan to roll out an improved version of our XTAL 3 NEO Mixed Reality Headset as a more cost-effective solution for pilot training.
All Vrgineers products, including the XTAL 3 CAVU, come TAA certified and are designed to meet the strictest security requirements for use in secure locations. Stay tuned for the latest news and updates on our technology!