In recent years, Google has been trying to push virtual reality on two fronts. He built an adorable virtual reality platform called Daydream on his Android operating system, drawing the mobile virtual reality in focus. And it introduced a tracking system called WorldSense, which allows people to move in virtual reality using built-in cameras in their headphones. Today, he is sending the first combination of the two: an independent $ 399 headset called Lenovo Mirage Solo. The Mirage Solo is a relatively affordable and competently made VR headset, but it is more theoretically useful than fun to use.
The Lenovo Mirage Solo is a collaboration between Lenovo and Google, and is the only WorldSense engine headset on the market since HTC canceled plans for a Daydream device last year. Uses the same interface as Google's Daydream View mobile headset; supports the catalog of 350 Daydream applications; and uses the same small plastic remote control that, unlike headphones, has a basic internal motion sensor instead of full tracking. Daydream uses the standard Google Play store, so you can buy and install Mirage Solo apps from your desktop, or log in to a Wi-Fi network and download them directly, the same way you would on any Android device.