ByKain Dunnett 2020-01-22 1528
According to data, the device, called Lenove VR3030S, will use Lenovo's proprietary platform and will be launched for the education market. In addition, due to the Snapdragon835 mobile platform, the head-mounted display has independent computing power, and users can use it independently without the help of other devices.
Wearing VR display is a very popular digital product in recent years, many companies have launched such products, Huawei recently launched the VR Glass is this type of product. This kind of VR head-mounted display can present a three-dimensional image to the user through two built-in small displays and the calculation of the algorithm. The principle is that the left and right eye images are displayed on the left and right screens, and when the human eye gets the information about the difference, a three-dimensional image like the real world appears in the mind.
In addition, The Verge did not disclose more Lenovo VR headset display launch time, and other more detailed configuration information. However, now that Lenovo has submitted an application to FCC, it is estimated that the development of the device has been completed and it will not be long before it goes on sale.
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