|Tethered Only||Standalone VRC||Founders Edition|
|2448x2448 per eye display resolution||✅||✅||✅|
|90 Hz refresh rate||✅||✅||✅|
|55mm-77mm IPD (automatic adjustment)||✅||✅||✅|
|Eye and hand tracking||✅||✅||✅|
|High-res AR passthrough cameras||✅||✅||✅|
|Supports Tethered gaming (on Windows/Linux PCs)||✅||✅||✅|
|Supports portable Linux VR Desktop||❌||✅||✅|
|Includes detachable compute pack (i7 CPU/16GB-32GB RAM/1TB SSD)||❌||✅ (16 GB of RAM)||✅ (32 GB of RAM)|
|SimulaOS preinstalled (Linux VR Desktop)||❌||✅||✅|
|Made with finer materials||❌||❌||✅|
|LED Matrix Display||❌||❌||✅|
The Simula One: Linux VR Computer (VRC)
Simula One - Standalone (Preorder)Regular price $2,699.00 USDRegular priceUnit price per
$2,699.00 USDSale price $2,699.00 USD
Simula One - Founders Edition (Preorder)Regular price $4,999.00 USDRegular priceUnit price per
$4,999.00 USDSale price $4,999.00 USD
Simula One - Tethered (Preorder)Regular price $1,999.00 USDRegular priceUnit price per
$1,999.00 USDSale price $1,999.00 USD
32GB RAM Upgrade (Add-on)
Enjoy the benefits of VR computing
• Provides unlimited screens of any size
• Improves work focus & immersion (like "noise-cancelling headphones for your eyes")
• Allows for fully portable, multi-screen computing
• Usable outdoors (no laptop glare) in places like backyards, urban balconies, & parks
• Provides more privacy (no one around you can snoop on your screen)
• Compact design takes up less desk space than PCs/Laptops
• Promotes better posture & freedom of movement: with a VR headset you can change positions, sit up, lean back, stand, lie down, or even walk while you compute!
Headset specs comparable to a Varjo Aero; compute specs comparable to a premium office laptop.
• 35.5 PPD pixel density (higher than any other portable VR headset on the market)
• 2448x2448 per eye display resolution
• 90 Hz refresh rate
• 100° FOV
• 55mm-77mm IPD, independent automatic adjustment
• 6DOF positional tracking
• Eye and hand tracking
• Features dual wide-angle high-resolution RGB cameras for AR passthrough
• Supports Tethered Mode for gaming on other platforms (Windows/SteamVR)
Detachable Compute Pack Specs
• i7-1265U Processor
• 16 GB Memory (32 GB for Founders Edition)
• Iris Xe graphics
• 1 TB SSD
• Wi-Fi 6e
• Bluetooth 5.2
• 3.5mm Audio Jack
• Exposed ports: 1x USB4 (including Thunderbolt 4), 2x USB-C 3.2 Gen 2/DP Alt-Mode, 2x USB-A 3.
Comes pre-installed with SimulaOS
SimulaOS provides the Simula One with a highly customizable, open-source VR Linux distro.
Linux apps. Compatible with any app that runs on Linux Desktop (apps like Firefox, Chrome, LibreOffice, Emacs, Vim, …)
Especially clear text quality. Displays especially crisp text (via our text-specialized rendering methodology)
Built on open-source. SimulaOS is built over the Godot game engine and NixOS (for reproducible headset configurations, and easy system rollbacks in case things go wrong).
Hackable. SimulaOS is pre-installed on the Simula One, but can be removed/replaced with other Linux distros for users who want different configurations.
Use AR Mode to see your surroundings
The Simula One comes equipped with two high-resolution RGB cameras in the front, allowing you to see your keyboard or locate items.
Features especially clear text quality
The Simula One provides higher pixel density (PPD) than any other portable VR headset on the market.
By using a special text-optimized rendering methodology, our dev team has made text quality on the Simula One even crisper.
The left image is a VR terminal *without* our special rendering applied; the right is the same terminal *with* our special rendering applied. This tech, combined with our extremely high pixel density, makes the Simula One the best VR headset for office work, allowing for significantly longer sessions without uncomfortable eye strain or fatigue.
Control apps with your hands and eyes
Retain full control of your desktop with only a keyboard and your hands (mouse not necessarily needed).
• Control mouse cursor movement (and even window positioning) with your eye gaze
• Use special hand gestures to manipulate and interact with windows
Use Tethered Mode for gaming
The Simula One headset can be tethered to any PC (Windows/Linux) for a more traditional gaming experience. Simply detach the compute pack, plug into your gaming PC, and enjoy (e.g.) SteamVR gaming. Requires controllers from other VR platforms.
Travel with your VRC
Whether you're sitting in an airplane seat, a hotel desk, or a coffee shop: the Simula One gives you the power to take your full VR desktop with you no matter where you need to be.
Compatible with wireless bluetooth keyboard & mice. (Keyboard/mouse not included).
Work with more focus & immersion
Have you ever noticed it's sometimes easier to work in a private office than it is a public area or high-distraction environment? The Simula One allows you to take this one step further. No matter where you are, you can put it on, and it's just you and your work.
VR Computers are great for immersion in a way that's hard to describe until you try one for yourself. They're especially good for distracting work environments, and when you want to signal to you and your coworkers that you're "locked down and focused".
Work with more privacy
Ever tried to get something done in an office or public place? It can sometimes just feel weird working on sensitive or private things out in the open.
The Simula One allows you to work privately, knowing that other people can't snoop over your laptop/PC screen to see any sensitive info or interrupt your train of thought.
Usable while outside
VR computers avoid laptop screen glare. Enjoy stationary computing while in your back yard, sitting at a park, or on an urban balcony.
Use "pancake mode" when working outside of VR
Need to work outside of VR? Plug a traditional monitor into the Simula One's compute pack and navigate it like a traditional computer.
Hassle-free VR Desktop
With the Simula One VRC, VR Desktop "just works" right outside the box. No need to hassle with:
• Complicated installations
• VR cord tethering
• WiFi rendering latency
• Limited screens
• Grainy text/poor resolutions