Brelyon showed off its vision for what it could look like after raising fifteen million dollars. At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, we tried out the 8K display, which gives a virtual reality experience without having to wear a headset.

According to Barmak Heshmat, CEO and founder of Brelyon, Brelyon Fusion allows the blend of light to scale field-of-view in a new way. The new lightfield expansion innovation allows us to think of light as pieces of LEGO blocks that can be built to create a more realistic screen.

The prototype won't be on the market for a little while yet, but it's incredibly impressive. The core technology is called Ultra Reality and it uses wavefront engineering to create a massive field of view. There is a display that surrounds your view. It adds spatial audio, and uses a series of cameras to track your head position, adjusting what the display is showing to give you the best experience.

The prototype display from Brelyon was shown at the show. Haje Kamps is the author of the image credit.

Which one is it for?

People don't have to put on any headsets for this experience. The enterprise market is one of the first to adopt. Heshmat says that they are buying some of the older models. It will be great for anyone who uses multi-monitor setup, or wants to do something with headsets but doesn't want to dance all the time. It's a very good experience.

According to the company, the market has spent tens of billions of dollars on headsets, but that they shouldn't be compared to each other.

A photograph doesn't do the display justice, but if this is the future, we can't wait to get there Haje Kamps is the author of the image credit.

There should be other solutions for people who don't want to wear headsets. Because headsets are becoming more mainstream, some of the elements that were used for headsets are now cheaper. We call it 'optical displays.' You don't have to wear goggles to get these virtual images. These new displays are the work of us.

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