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Lenovo Mirage Solo – The Future of VR Has Arrived

Lenovo Mirage Solo

Lenovo’s Mirage Solo is the world’s first standalone Daydream VR headset. Now you can experience virtual reality without a separate PC or smartphone, thanks to Lenovo’s Mirage Solo. You can use Google’s powerful WorldSense Technology to do all kinds of actions to avoid any obstacles. It allows you to move naturally through an ever-growing library of virtual worlds.

It has a built-in 5.5-inch screen with a 2560 x 1440 resolution. The Mirage Solo has two front-facing cameras. These cameras enable WorldSense tracking, peering visibly through the headset’s front panel like big, round eyes. The applications will need to be improved for WorldSense motion. But over 70 applications already support it.

No strings attached

Mirage Solo is the first headset to offer true, unfettered freedom through standalone virtual reality. It delivers the same immersive capabilities as PC-powered virtual reality experiences, with none of the wired baggage. You just simply slide the headset on, and get yourself ready to experience the virtual world. Mirage Solo requires no wires, no extra sensors, no extra cost or complexity.

Allows you to move

While using the Mirage Solo, you can navigate your way through tight spaces by leaning or ducking. You can also jump to traverse pitfalls and dodge to avoid incoming objects. The objects and the landscapes stay fixed in place no matter where you tilt or move your head.

Google’s new WorldSense technology allows 6 degrees of freedom. This technology is smart enough to grasp when you move in space without setting up any external sensors. The Lenovo Mirage Solo is very comfortable to use. It offers new capabilities to move into virtual reality. You can freely explore new worlds with natural movements through PC-quality positional tracking cameras. There are built-in proximity sensors to detect the position of nearby objects and measure depth.

A new way of Daydream

You will have access to more than 200 Daydream apps with Mirage Solo. You will also unlock the potential of apps powered by WorldSense tracking. From gaming to VR travel, to live events, there are many new countless worlds for you to explore.

Stay immersed with Mirage Solo

A device shouldn’t get in the way of experiencing virtual reality. The Mirage Solo is designed in such a way that you can stay immersed in your virtual world for longer periods of time. The Mirage Solo is light in weight. It is easily adjustable and can tuned for comfort and balanced load distribution. It eliminates friction and strain against the bridge of your nose. The headset is easily adjustable, so it helps you find the perfect fit.

Help you broaden your horizon

The Mirage Solo comes with a 110-degree field of view, one of the widest in its category. This way the angle of your line of sight increases. The Mirage Solo’s ultrahigh-resolution display features Lenovo advanced display technology. It is a revolutionary, VR-optimized LCD display that renders exceptional clarity designed exclusively for Daydream.

Built for powerful virtual reality

The Mirage Solo helps you achieve the maximum out of Daydream’s virtual reality experiences. The headset is powered by the advanced Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 VR platform and 4GB of RAM. It also comes with 64 GB of built-in storage which is also expandable via an SD card. This powerful engine pushes your experience to its full potential.

Your own VR content

The Mirage Solo can be paired with the Mirage Camera to create your own immersive virtual reality content. The Mirage Camera is sold separately. This VR180 camera makes it easy to upload your videos to Google Photos and YouTube. This way you can easily share it with your friends and family.

No built-in headphones

The Mirage Solo isn’t equipped with built-in speakers or headphones. Built-in headphones are becoming pretty much standard for new VR headsets. Compared to the Mirage Solo, Oculus was sold at $199, while the phone-based Gear VR was sold at $129. The Mirage Solo is priced at $399 and the Daydream View at $99. And the Daydream View still looks and feels better than the Mirage Solo.

A pretty good experience

The Mirage Solo is a VR experience offering six degrees of freedom. It has an excellent screen with light-directing Fresnel lenses and a 110-degree field of view. There are a number of games and experiences in the Daydream store with more surely to come. It comes with included earbuds which have a short cord made for a VR headset.