The VR180 format can be viewed in 3D through Cardboard, Daydream View, or the just announced standalone Mirage Solo headset. That should be announced officially once we get closer to launch date. Once footage is filmed, users can upload it to Google Photos or YouTube for viewing and sharing, and can watch on a standard browser or on any VR headset. It's completely self-sufficient, all while having as much power as most high-end smartphones.
The internal LCD display is 5.5-inches and has a QHD (2560 x 1440) pixel resolution, so 1280 x 1440 to each eye. Read on for more details about the exciting new WorldSense technology and the full spec sheet.
The headset is notably the first to make use of the Worldsense inside-out positional tracking technology announced by Google previous year. Walking around, moving your head, leaning into corners while riding a motorcycle, or ducking and dodging in games or wandering through VR spaces. The headset has everything you need, and WorldSense understands the world around you. Plus, you'll get free next-day delivery with the Prime trial, as well as access to Prime Instant Video and more. Giving you a small area to work and play in, and that's all.
Complementing the Mirage Solo is a wireless Daydream controller.
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The Mirage Camera includes 16GB of built-in storage and can be expanded with up to 128GB of additional storage via a microSD card. It's basically a powerful Android smartphone inside of a Daydream VR headset. The Mirage Solo with Daydream will retail for $400, which is way below the price of a 2017 flagship plus a $99 Google Daydream View headset. There's also some breathable padding in areas where the headset touches the skin, though it remains to be seen how fast that will become a grime depository. You'll also enjoy adjustable dials and size accommodations for any face shape and visual aids like glasses. The Mirage Solo's visor portion was more than roomy enough to fit my glasses, a frequent issue I run into with other VR headsets, and the cushioning was fantastic. That way you'll look good and feel good while enjoying VR for 5-7 hours at a time if you'd like. This is not a 360-degree camera, instead it does 180-degree pictures.
"Since most headsets bear an excess of weight towards the front, we engineered the headset for a more even load distribution and balance to reduce strain on the wearer", Lenovo said.
Lenovo says the real benefit of its Mirage camera is there is no need for specialized camera skills; anyone can pick up the camera and capture VR content.