FCC Filing Shows Lenovo Working On Standalone VR Headset

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VR headsets are sure to get some significant upgrades in 2020 with numerous tech producers pitching in for improved plans and better client experience. Additionally, organizations that hadn’t planned VR or AR headsets are presently starting to investigate the virtual scene. While Lenovo has ventured into the VR world, it is giving a shot again with another pair of VR headsets. New Lenovo VR Headset So far, Lenovo hasn’t made the smartest option in VR. Be that as it may, another FCC petitioning for Lenovo VR3030S has surfaced on the web. The company’s documents have recognized as an up and coming standalone VR headset. The standalone VR headset could mean something like Lenovo Mirage Solo (propelled in 2018) or perhaps like the Oculus Quest.

The previously mentioned devices are characterized as standalone as they don’t require the client to plug the VR headset to a smartphone or a PC. The processors are incorporated right with the headset, making them standalone devices. By what means Will This Be Different? The more established Lenovo Mirage Solo depended on the Google Daydream VR stage, which is ancient at this point. Thus, the Mirage Solo likewise went down and is scarcely recalled today. Despite the fact that, Lenovo signed an arrangement with Disney and constructed basic two-button sticks for the second era of Mirage AR headset. Presently, Lenovo is prepared for another attempt with VR.

In any case, we despite everything don’t know on which stage it would run on. Experts surmise Valve’s Steam VR or conceivable Microsoft Windows Mixed Reality. There’s additionally the chance of Facebook’s Oculus, however nothing is sure at this point. The FCC filings at present don’t offer some other subtleties on the new standalone VR headset. It could likewise be conceivable that Lenovo could submit FCC accreditation documents for another arrangement of VR controllers. In conclusion, there’s an intriguing goody on Lenovo’s endeavors with regards to computer generated reality.

Did you realize that the Chinese firm was behind the Oculus Rift headset, the one spotted with the standalone Oculus Quest? There’s additionally a licensing among Sony and Lenovo, which is the manner by which the Oculus headset can have a similar headband as the PlayStation VR.

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