The new product is compatible with Android and iPhone mobiles and will be available at Christmas, although it can already be booked in the Lenovo online store and in local distributors.
Lenovo has announced five new smart devices that make use of artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (RA) and virtual reality (VR) in the framework of IFA 2017 .
Among these products include the Lenovo Mirage augmented reality glasses that work with a smartphone , a laser sword controller, a motion sensor and the possibility of hours of play in the universe of the new Star Wars: Jedi Challenges .
This new product is compatible with Android and iPhone mobiles and will be available at Christmas, although it can already be booked in the Lenovo online store and in local distributors.
Users only have to download the Star Wars: Jedi Challenges application on their compatible smartphone and place it on the Lenovo Mirage augmented reality bin tray, which provides full immersion in the games. The glasses also include a motion sensor that is placed on the floor and serves for the sensors of the glasses to detect the movement of the user during the game.
Through motion control technology, the sensors of the glasses work together to control the position of the laser sword, allowing players a better interaction in the game.
The launch of the Lenovo Home Assistant completes the launches of the Chinese manufacturer , being the first to incorporate the personal assistant Alexa to its tablets ; and the launch of the Yoga 920 convertible, a smarter laptop with new smart stylus functions, remote voice recognition, mixed reality options and biometric security.
In addition, the Lenovo subsidiary, Motorola Mobility, has presented at the fair in Berlin two important news. On the one hand, the world premiere of the bike x 4 and, on the other, the launch in EMEA of the bike z 2 Force Edition along with its latest innovation in Moto Mods, the Moto 360 Camera.