Finding this game in the Google Play Store was a Daydream come true! Have you ever played a game that just stuck with you? Perhaps you only had a limited time with it, yet years later you still occasionally find yourself daydreaming about it. For me, that game is Rez. Show More Summary
Google’s gaming aspirations of late have been centered around VR experiences for its own Daydream headset. According to a report from The Information (paywall) today, that could soon change. The report outlines Google’s work on a subscription-based gaming service that taps the power of a Google-made console, or possibly the Chromecast. Show More Summary
Massively popular media server software Plex offers a sort of do-it-yourself Netflix or Spotify experience. While it’s excellent at serving media to client devices, there’s loads of additional functionality. For instance, Plex includes live TV and DVR capabilities for cordcutters, news streaming integration, and a standalone music app called Plexamp. Show More Summary
Plex today introduced Plex VR, an immersive media viewer for Google’s Daydream platform that offers an interactive, social VR environment for viewing streamed, broadcasted, or recorded video content from your Plex DVR or Plex Media Server.
Plex users, ready your VR headsets. The company launched Plex VR this morning, a standalone Android application made specifically for Google’s Daydream VR platform. With the app, you’ll be able to watch all of your Plex content in virtual reality, whether it be movies you have stored, television shows, or anything else. Show More Summary
Plex, the popular home media server application, is now VR ready. Say hello to Plex VR on Daydream. VR continues to grow in popularity but one thing that's still not as awesome as it can be is watching your own content. Plex is here to change that with Plex VR, available starting today for Google Daydream. Show More Summary
The best of YouTube VR180 From live performances to pre-recorded films, you have plenty of options for the types of videos available in virtual reality. Although most common, 360° videos aren't the only viewing option for VR. You can...Show More Summary
A standalone Google Daydream VR headset. One of the first Google Smart Displays. An eSIM-ready convertible. Those are just a few of the products Lenovo launched here at CES 2018, and the year's only just beginning. We spoke with theShow More Summary
LAS VEGAS, NV — Back in May 2017, at the Google I/O conference, Good discussed the next stage of the roadmap for its Daydream VE platform. The company announced that it worked with Qualcomm to create a reference design to help partners create standalone Daydream headsets powered by Qualcomm’s latest and greatest SoC and features inside-out tracking. Show More Summary
Virtual reality already has plenty of barriers to entry. So Lenovo has a different solution. a headset that doesn't need a separate phone or PC, powered instead by its own steam and Google's Daydream VR. More »
While Google was quicker than other tech firms to bring virtual reality to phones a few years ago with its Cardboard initiative, interest in mobile VR seems to have dropped off lately. The company is hoping to drum up excitement again...Show More Summary
It's been almost two years since consumer VR arrived with the launch of the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. And we've also seen great mobile VR options like Samsung's Gear VR and Google's Daydream View. While we've seen plenty of compelling games and experiences since then, the medium still has a long way to go. Show More Summary
The Lenovo Mirage Solo is the first stand-alone VR headset for Daydream. Find out more about the headset, including specs and pricing, in the post.
The VR market in many ways is still a burgeoning industry, rife with opportunities for new manufacturers to enter the arena. While many game fans were first introduced to virtual reality headsets through PC-based products like the Oculus...Show More Summary
We’ve been talking about standalone Daydream headsets for a few months now, and this week at CES, Lenovo made theirs official. Called the Mirage Solo, this will be the first Daydream VR headset you operate without a phone, complete with Google’s advanced WorldSense technology. Show More Summary
CES 2018: Look out Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, Google Daydream goes standalone with Lenovo's Mirage Solo.
Since we launched Cardboard, our goal has been to create virtual reality experiences that are accessible, useful, and relevant to as many people as possible. With Daydream, we’ve been building a platform for high-quality mobile VR: we’ve worked with lots of different partners to bring fifteen Daydream-ready phones to market for smartphone VR. Show More Summary
We got our first full look at a positionally tracked Daydream headset running Google’s WorldSense technology today. Lenovo unveiled the Mirage Solo headset today, which it hopes to ship in the second quarter of this year. The standalone device will sport a Qualcomm 835 chipset, 4GB of RAM and 64 gigs on onboard memory. Show More Summary
Mobile VR's future may be phone-free and offer more freedom of movement, too.