Daydream virtual reality games may not have a huge following, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t quite a few quality titles out there for those of you who enjoy dabbling in mobile VR entertainment. So I have taken it upon myself to compile what I think are the best games on the platform in this here Daydream roundup. There are a total 30 VR games in this list, and almost all of them are either free or paid upfront.
Lenovo is the usual suspect when Google wants to try out new hardware. Project Tango did not work out, but stand-alone Daydream VR headsets may be better. The first of its kind is the Lenovo Mirage Solo. The brain that powers this headset is called WorldSense. It tracks your movements without needing external sensors, similar to other stand-alone headsets. The familiar Daydream controller will let you interact with the virtual world. Lenovo is mum on the screen resolution but promises 110° field of view – matching the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. The headset is powered by the Snapdragon…
Google teased more than six months ago that it’d be teaming up with Lenovo to create a standalone Daydream virtual reality headset, and today that device has been revealed.
The Lenovo Mirage Solo will let you experience Google’s Daydream virtual reality platform without a compatible Android phone. The device includes a Snapdragon 835 processor and 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, a 5.5-inch Quad HD display, and a 110-degree field of view.
Lenovo has also crammed a 4,000mAh battery inside the Mirage Solo that it says will give you seven hours of gameplay or video viewing. There’s a Daydream controller included with the device, too.
The Mirage Solo will launch in Q2 2018 at a price below $ 400.
After the news that HTC would no longer be creating a standalone Google Daydream VR headset, it’s good to see the Lenovo model finally revealed. While it’s not exactly cheap, the Lenovo Mirage Solo does offer a mobile VR experience without the need to buy a new Android phone. While the number of Daydream-compatible phones has grown recently, there are still lots of phones out there that don’t support it, and the Mirage Solo enables those people to give mobile VR a go without having to buy both a new phone and a VR headset.
Also announced today is the Lenovo Mirage Camera, a VR180 camera that’ll let you capture VR images and videos. You’ll be able to easily share those images and videos thanks to integration with YouTube and Google Photos. The Mirage Camera will launch later this year for under $ 400.
Lenovo’s standalone Daydream VR; Mirage has been certified by the FCC revealing some basic details like support for Daydream, Bluetooth 5.0 and a 4,000mAh battery. Above everything, the new listing indicates we’re close to experience what Daydream VR is like without the need for a smartphone. The upcoming Lenovo VR headset comes with a model number … Continue reading “Lenovo Mirage Solo standalone Daydream VR headset passes through the FCC”
HTC may have ditched its Google Daydream headset, but Lenovo still appears to be on track. An FCC filing has surfaced for a Mirage Solo standalone VR headset "with Daydream." There aren't any shocking revelations (unless Bluetooth 5.0 and a 4,000mA…
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