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FCC Documents disclose the Daydream-powered Lenovo Mirage Solo VR Headset

FCC Documents disclose the Daydream-powered Lenovo Mirage Solo VR Headset

We were SO excited during the Google I/O 2017 Conference, when WorldSense was announced, along with what was to be associations with both HTC & Lenovo (although HTC has recently seemingly stepped away from this association) to manufacture Google Daydream-powered Standalone VR Headsets that would work with a new technology (WorldSense) developed by the collaborative efforts of Google & QualComm.

According to the FCC Documents, Lenovo application for a “Standalone Virtual Reality Headset with Daydream” has been approved. Coming soon to a face near you: the Lenovo Mirage Solo. While everyone is rejoicing, I can’t help myself but ask…

IS THIS GOING TO BE THE ACTUAL INTRODUCTION OF GOOGLE WORLDSENSE?!?!

WorldSense tech is supposed to provide 6DoF, something the FCC Documents don’t specify. All we know is that the unit has a controller, and a 4,000mAh lithium-ion battery, which confirms that it will doesn’t require a smartphone for its content.

However, as great as the news of a potential new Lenovo Standalone VR Headset to be launched on January 9th at CES 2018 sounds, we still don’t really know if this is a 3DoF headset to rival Oculus GO or if it’s going to be the (potential) 1st truly Standalone VR Headset to provide a full 6DoF to be released outside of China. We’re looking at you, HTC Vive Focus…

Call me a hopeful romantic, but I want to believe! 😄