There was an inkling feeling in the community that the Lenovo Mirage headset had a striking resemblance with the PlayStation VR headset. Starting with the headrest to the adjustment designs, there was many similar features. But now, Lenovo has announced that it has licensed the rights to Sony’s patented designs to the PlayStation VR headset.
“We are pleased to announce that we have licensed the PS VR headset design to Lenovo,” said Riley Russell, Chief Legal Officer at SIE. “The industrial design for PS VR has been widely acclaimed, and that was the result of years of hard work by PlayStation engineers. This agreement with Lenovo is a testament to the quality of PS VR’s design, as well as SIE’s commitment to creating great virtual reality experiences and helping the VR industry expand.”
Huawei: nei primi benchmark il Kirin 980 è dietro all’Apple A12 Bionic
Monday October 01, 2018
Nonostante le promesse di Huawei, i primi benchmark confermano che il nuovo SoC Kirin 980, il primo chipset realizzato con processo produttivo a 7 nm ad arrivare sul mercato Android, è ancora indietro rispetto al nuovo Apple A12 Bionic in termini di prestazionali. Il nuovo SoC a 7 nm di Apple, già disponibile sul mercato […]
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Lenovo Mirage Solo
Samsung Odyssey VR Headset On Super Sale For $349
Tuesday October 23, 2018
The Samsung Odyssey has always been reveled as one of the best VR HMDs in the current marketplace. With its AMOLED display and a resolution of 2880 X 1600, it was able to provide great quality in the VR space. But with the launch of the new Odyssey+ headset, the company has decided to mark […]
“Lenovo is pleased to partner with Sony,” said Yao Li, vice president of Lenovo Consumer Tablets and Smart Devices Product and Business Management. “The preeminence of the PS VR design is obvious, and This agreement will allow us to work together to greatly enhance the design sophistication and appeal of the rapidly expanding VR field, and is an outstanding example of how great consumer brands in the VR industry can work together to benefit the consumer VR market.”
Currently, the Lenovo Mirage Solo is priced at $399 and does not require a PC nor a mobile device to operate. The PlayStation VR headset is currently priced at $233.95 and needs to be wired to the PS4 in order to function. You can also purchase additional peripheral devices such as the PlayStation Move controllers for a more immersive experience.
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Cypher Chronicles, vol. 40-2018
Friday October 26, 2018
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