QR.bizNewsLenovo and HTC Manufacturing Standalone Daydream VR Headsets

Lenovo and HTC Manufacturing Standalone Daydream VR Headsets

At Google I/O today, the company announced it's expanding its Daydream VR program from the existing phone holster to a new platform based on standalone headsets, complete with positional tracking.

Google's latest product in its Daydream line of VR hardware will be standalone VR headsets. The company is cooperating with chipset vendor Qualcomm to build technology optimized for mobile VR, and has teamed up with HTC and Lenovo to bring standalone headsets to market later this year.

Standalone Daydream VR headsets are due to hit the shelves later in 2017. More importantly, they won't require any additional hardware to operate-not even a phone. One of the first devices will be an HTC-made, Vive-branded headset coming later this year.

Once the device receives support, all you'll need is a Daydream View headset, available on the Google Store for $79.

With Google's new standalone headset, the computing, the power, the display, and the lenses are all Incorporated directly into the headset. This is apparently a form of the inside-out tracking used by Microsoft's HoloLens, which does not depend on external sensors to position the headset in the real world. "And the whole device is designed just for VR".

There's no release timeline, and as with Daydream past year, we're only seeing an outline of the headset - which appears alongside a Daydream-like controller.

Google announced new details about Android O (it's gotta be nicknamed Android Oreo, right?) and it's not going to be a big feature-packed update. Soon enough you'll be able to use the anticipated ASUS ZenPhone AR phone and, of course, the Galaxy S8 handsets.

Google is also adding VR and AR support for the Google Expedition, its initiative for the Education sector.

Google will preview it's next-generation virtual reality headset at a developer conference reports say

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