Lenovo Mirage Solo VR headset showcased at CES
Chinese technology company Lenovo has unveiled Lenovo Mirage Solo, a standalone VR headset that uses Google’s Daydream platform, at CES.
The device allows the user to move around without being tethered by wires PCs or phones and benefits from the motion-tracking technology on Daydream’s virtual reality platform.
The company also launched its Lenovo Mirage Camera which allows users to capture VR video in 180 degrees for viewing on Lenovo Mirage Solo.
Lenovo Mirage Solo uses motion-tracking technology called WorldSense on Google’s Daydream virtual reality platform, allowing the user move around and explore their virtual environments.
The headset is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 VR platform and 4GB of RAM. The headset has with a 110-degree field of view.
“With their affordable price points, this VR duo brings innovative, new technologies such as WorldSense and VR180 to everyday users,” Lenovo said in a blog post. “More so, they simplify the VR experience with unexpectedly easy set-up and the ability to record, watch and share your own VR video. For users intimidated or unfamiliar with VR, they redefine expectations by delivering high-quality experiences and seamless consumption.”