Simula One: A New Linux-Powered Work-Oriented VR Headset

Here's a new VR headset for those who want to work in virtual reality.

A startup company SimulaVR has introduced their new headset that was designed for those who want to work in virtual reality. Meet Simula One, an office-focused, standalone VR headset built on top of Linux Desktop. It provides comparable functionality to any Linux laptop or PC, but with the power of VR. The headset runs on SimulaOS, a highly customizable, open-source, Linux-based operating system created by the company. 


  • Persistent ("always-on") computing wherever you are able to walk and think
  • 10x more screens than PCs & Laptops
  • 10x more work immersion/focus than PCs & Laptops
  • 6DOF hand tracking via Ultraleap
  • Headset camera view (to see your keyboard/surroundings while working)
  • Connects with Bluetooth keyboards/mice via Bluetooth module

You can learn more and get Simula One here. Also, don't forget to join our new Reddit pageour new Telegram channel, follow us on Instagram and Twitter, where we are sharing breakdowns, the latest news, awesome artworks, and more.

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