Lenovo Mirage VR Camera is now up for pre-order
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Lenovo has launched the latest product in its Mirage range of VR-related products. Joining the previously announced Mirage Solo standalone VR headset is the new Mirage Camera. The compact point-and-shoot camera was made in collaboration with Google and is officially supported for viewing on Google Daydream VR headsets.
The Mirage Camera is fitted with dual 13MP stereoscopic fisheye lenses designed to capture the same content from slightly different angles create a 3D effect. The two lenses also offer a 180 x 180-degree field of view that delivers viewers with an immersive 3D VR experience in originally filmed virtual reality content. It allows everyday users to create, produce and share their own content without the need for more specialized equipment.
The Mirage Camera also features tight Google Photos and YouTube integration allowing content to be uploaded to Google Photos storage or a YouTube VR account over the device’s built-in Wi-Fi connectivity. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 SoC that includes a version with an integrated X9 LTE cellular modem. It is listed for purchase on Amazon from US$299 and will ship May 4.