Lenovo Mirage Camera with Daydream

Lenovo Mirage Camera with Daydream

Lenovo Mirage Camera with Daydream

Also coming out from Lenovo is the Mirage Camera, which is an example of what Google is branding as VR180 cameras.

It uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor with a 5.5-inch Quad HD LCD, 4GB of memory, and 64GB of storage, putting the Mirage Solo in line with high-end Android phones, in terms of hardware. First teased at Google IO 2017, Lenovo's headset is the first wire-free, phone-free model for Google's virtual reality platform to hit store shelves. You don't need a specific type of, of expensive, smartphone and you don't need to worry about time in VR eating up your phone's battery. And strikingly, it has six degrees of freedom (6DOF), which means that, like with the HTC Vive but unlike with all smartphone VR so far, you can actually walk around in your VR experiences.

Step forward, and the headset will incorporate that motion into the VR experience. Since then, Google's Vice President of Virtual and Augmented Reality Clay Bavor says the company has been fostering partnerships with other companies such as Lenovo and YI to not only create a new headset, but also new, portable and affordable ways to capture the important moments of people's lives in 360-degrees with new pocket-sized VR cameras.

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Not only does the headset not require a smartphone to work, the Mirage Solo also doesn't require any real-world tracking beacons to operate.

Running the Daydream platform, the Mirage Solo will be able to access Google's catalog of VR content and apps like YouTube. At the time, an HTC spokesperson told Fast Company that "We still have a great relationship with Google...but [we] will not be bringing a stand-alone device to Western markets on Daydream".

The headset is quite comfortable, although it's bulky; comfort comes from the big brace that goes over your head. If it's not entirely obvious, it's a camera that's made for capturing 360-degree video, which is ideal for viewing in virtual reality. The Mirage Solo VR headset is priced at $449, while the Mirage Camera will set you back $229.

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The Lenovo Mirage Camera will cost $299.99 for a Wi-Fi connected version. This is an interesting introductory price point for the Mirage Solo, just below the flagship level prices. They're also much more of a pain to orchestrate, as you need to figure out where to put yourself in the frame. Like Google's own line of Daydream-powered headsets, the Mirage Solo is controlled by a small handheld remote.

Lenovo's Mirage takes advantage of Google's WorldSense inside-out tracking software, which translates your movements in the real world into the digital.

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