Google Daydream headset launches; News getting a revamp
The primary independent VR headset running Google Daydream is currently accessible with the dispatch of the Lenovo Mirage Solo.
The $400 headset can work autonomously or nearby the $300 Mirage camera, which can catch VR content.
Google's Daydream VR library has more than 350 amusements and applications.
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The new News could dispatch at Google I/O 2018 one week from now.
The 180-degree field of vision means you don't even have to pick a particular subject - just angle the camera in the direction of the action, and press the shutter (or start recording). The camera is designed with a simple "point and shoot" usability in mind, and the images captured are fully compatible with the Lenovo Mirage Solo headset, to let users relive those captured moments. According to retailers, the latter's Mirage Camera is shipping relatively soon, alongside the standalone Mirage Solo Daydream headset. That includes a QHD display and a Snapdragon 835 SoC. Google also notes that it has advanced positional tracking that more like desktop VR. 10ThousandCouple http://10thousandcouples.com/2018/05/google-daydream-headset-launches-news-getting-a-revamp/