Announced at last week’s CES, the latest advances in virtual reality tech include two new cameras that support the Google VR180 standard of capturing 180-degree panoramic images. Lenovo’s Mirage Camera features a wireless and self-sufficient Daydream VR headset. Another Chinese manufacturer, Yi, will offer its Horizon as a similar camera developed in partnership with Google’s virtual reality team, led by Clay Bavor. The VR180 technology may impact the virtual reality industry among a wider audience than ever before. As Bevor explains, “People love going places,” and Google VR can help people remember moments as if they returned in time, immersed into those special moments in time.
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