Lenovo has forayed into the AR segment with the unveiling of its C200 smart glasses, launched at a pre-CES 2017 event.
The new smart glasses are powered by Linux and can be utilized for business and enterprise purposes. The organization claims that they have enhanced artificial intelligence and augmented reality-based features. The C200 accompany LTE connectivity and offer an easy to use experience.
The C200 have a modular design with consists of a pocket unit and the smart glasses themselves. Weighing 60g, they can be used with a companion New Glass app and connect to the pocket unit for increased performance. Lenovo will also be giving accessories to carry the units on belts, and in addition in the pocket.
Lenovo recently launched its first Windows Holographic platform-compatible VR headset at a pre-CES 2017 event in Las Vegas.
According to a report on The Verge website, the new headset is evidently smaller and lighter than products like Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. It further addresses that the design of the headset is pretty much similar to Sony PlayStation VR, as it ‘suspends the lenses in front of user’s eyes,’ rather than strapping them in one place.
The report also adds that since the showcased headset is still a prototype, not much is known about the way it works. Lenovo’s new VR headset uses six degrees-of-freedom tracking, according to report. This is basically means that there are no additional camera requirements.
It’s significant that Lenovo has not showcased any motion controllers for the headset, rather than relying on third-party apps based on Windows Holographic platform’s specifications.
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Sameeksha Bhardwaj, From ITvoir News Desk