Lenovo has teamed up with Google on the Mirage Solo, a stand-alone headset in step with Daydream VR
Lenovo has merely presented the Mirage Solo VR headset, which is the main stand-alone VR headset in step with Google’s Daydream VR ecosystem. Other OEMs, at the side of Google itself with the Daydream View, have introduced Daydream-based headsets already, alternatively thus far they have all required pairing with a smartphone to function – now not so with the Mirage Solo; it contains all the and gear all over the headset itself, so can function absolutely independently.
With the headset being based spherical Google’s Daydream VR problem, it meets Google’s necessities in the case of regarded as important specs for an optimised VR experience, and as well as manner it is going to have get right to use to Google’s ever-expanding Daydream catalogue of faithful VR apps, video video games, and opinions.
The Mirage Solo uses a built-in tech suite dubbed WorldSense, which is designed to allow the stand-alone device to track your movements without the desire for external sensors situated in your home (as we have now now seen with the HTC Vive, as an example). It moreover features a Daydream controller, similar to what we spotted on the Daydream View and designed to can help you interact with a VR recreation, app, or experience.
The interior display supplies a 110-degree field of view (FOV), which is the same as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive – each and every PC-dependent units. The Mirage Solo is powered via a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor coupled with the Snapdragon 835 VR platform and 4GB of RAM. Lenovo promises a seven hour lifespan on a single value for the built-in battery. It’s moreover been in particular designed to be ergonomic, along with happy with spectacles.
A free up date is however to be revealed, alternatively we predict Lenovo will attempt to get it to market somewhat in brief. On the subject of value, Lenovo best discussed that it is going to have an RRP underneath $400. Naturally we are going to lift you additional as we listen it.