The Lenovo Mirage VR S3 is the company's newest virtual reality solution for the workplace. The company took the wraps the all-in-one VR headset at the VR/AR Global Summit online conference (opens in new tab).
Lenovo tapped the help of global VR tech developer, Pico Interactive (opens in new tab) to engineer the Mirage VR S3. It's specifically tailored for use in simulated job training and fields like architecture, construction, content creation and more.
The Mirage VR S3 also plays a role in educational institutions with Lenovo VR Classroom 2 (opens in new tab) for middle and high school students.
“VR helps achieve better, faster training at lower cost,” commercial AR/VR lead, Nathan Pettyjohn said in a keynote (opens in new tab) Monday. “Our enterprise customers are looking for solutions to build and enable more skilled and efficient global workforces."
The Android based Lenovo Mirage VR S3 packs 4K optics to the tune of 1920x2160 (per eye) and a 110 degree FOV. This allows for crisp, lifelike visuals in virtual reality simulations.
The VR headset features Qualcomm 835 CPU, 64GB of expandable storage. It also has wipeable hygienic face pads for shared use and supports hands-free operation.
At the heart of the Mirage VR S3 is Lenovo's own ThinkReality software. It gives managers access to powerful management tools, enterprise integration, and a robust IT portal.
The Lenovo Mirage VR S3 will launch later this year across North America, China, Japan, United Kingdom, France, and Spain. For pricing information, businesses can swing over to Lenovo's official site (opens in new tab) for more info.