Lenovo Explorer – mixed reality goggles

After virtual reality and augmented reality, it’s time for mixed reality, or goggles that allow you to use applications developed for VR and HoloLens, as well as traditional computer programs.

Lenovo Explorer mixed reality goggles for Windows, are a natural extension of the PC and allow users of compatible laptops and computers to do their favorite activities in an even more interesting way: watching TV shows in a virtual environment at home or office, VR gaming sessions, holographic world travel, watching 360 videos in 4K 3D, browsing the web, and even working in Microsoft Office.

The goggles allow for free and natural movement with built-in elements that track the user’s location. No external sensors are needed for this, so setup is very quick – just plug the cable-Y into your computer’s USB port and HDMI output. Best of all, the Lenovo Explorer Goggles are compatible with many affordable computers.

Lenovo Explorer are a natural extension of the PC and allow users of compatible laptops and computers to do their favorite activities in even more interesting ways: watching TV shows in a virtual environment at home or office, VR gaming sessions, holographic world travel, watching 360 videos in 4K 3D, browsing the web, and even working in Microsoft Office.

The goggles allow for free and natural movement with built-in elements that track the user’s location. No external sensors are needed for this, so setup is very quick – just plug the cable-Y into your computer’s USB port and HDMI output. Best of all, the Lenovo Explorer Goggles are compatible with many affordable computers.

More details – how does it work?

Lenovo Explorer allows you to move around an area up to 3.5m x 3.5m. The large space allows you to hop, dash and crouch, and the goggles track your natural movements with the highest fidelity, taking into account your orientation in space. As a result, you don’t have to correct your position all the time. You can also dodge sideways in a zombie fight in Arizona Sunshine or choose your angle to see the Incan ruins at Machu Picchu.

The biggest advantage of mixed reality in the Windows environment, however, is that it offers new ways to interact with the computer in a virtual world. Users can enjoy better work and entertainment options, view multimedia content and explore the universe using four control modes. The optional motion controllers for Lenovo Explorer goggles enable natural and detailed actions in mixed reality. You can also use them to create tools and weapons in Minecraft, and drag and resize graphics in PowerPoint. Another way to control is to use the Xbox controller to navigate through select VR games.

With a keyboard and mouse, the Lenovo Explorer is an excellent “lifehack” for working on a laptop. Anyone who puts on headphones to get away from office noise or a bustling house can now transport themselves to a virtual seaside home in Windows mixed reality to get down to writing, researching information online or fine-tuning a presentation in peace. Finally, you can watch a movie or TV show in a virtual theater, even while still at work.

Pricing and Availability

Prices for Lenovo Explorer goggles with motion controllers start at $449, and retail prices for Lenovo Explorer goggles without controllers start at $349. Pricing and availability vary by country. Global product availability is expected in the coming weeks.

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