Looking through the VR-1 is like seeing with your own eyes, only clearer. But the world’s “only professional VR headset with human-eye resolution” isn’t for you. While its mirror-polished eyebox and unprecedented visual fidelity make it feel like an artifact from the future, its $5,995 price tag makes clear that this isn’t a device for everyone. Specifically, it’s not for consumers, but for Airbus, Audi, architecture firm Foster + Partners, and dozens of other enterprise customers. Its maker, the Finnish company Varjo, is betting that it will change the way those customers design buildings, build cars, and train workers—and maybe, it’ll push what’s possible in VR. Read the full story.