Lenovo ThinkReality VRX Headset

ThinkReality VRX headgear offers businesses a new enterprise-grade virtual reality solution.

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The value of virtual reality (VR) as a tool in the enterprise IT stack is rising significantly. Virtual reality, previously seen by many as a sci-fi idea, has evolved into a flexible, affordable, and scalable way to promote creativity, collaboration, and fresh marketing experiences.

The first step in gaining access to virtual reality's advantages for businesses investing in the metaverse, hybrid work, and digital transformation is selecting the proper headset and technology partner. Lenovo, a pioneer in the field of XR, has unveiled a major improvement to its line-up of XR products.

The Lenovo ThinkReality VRX headgear offers businesses a new enterprise-grade virtual reality solution by building on the success of the Lenovo ThinkReality A3 augmented reality (AR) smart glasses. The clever and portable technology is driven by Qualcomm's Snapdragon XR2+ Gen 1 chipset, which offers outstanding high-resolution experiences for VR training, teamwork, and creativity.

The new device has features like pancake optics that assist in minimizing its weight and size as well as a highly adjustable halo-style head strap made to make it comfortable for every user. Once it's on, users may benefit from the inside-out tracking offered by the ThinkReality VRX, which offers 6 degrees of freedom thanks to its four outward-facing tracking cameras.

In order to use AR (Augmented Reality) or MR (Mixed Reality) applications that integrate the real world around you and to navigate the space around you safely without having to take off the headset, two additional cameras also provide "full-color, high-resolution" pass-through of the user's surroundings. The Snapdragon XR platform that drives the headgear increases this hardware's potential for many use cases, according to Lenovo.

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Lenovo thinks features like these will make the ThinkReality VRX practical for projects like virtual teamwork and employee training.

Lenovo highlighted the ThinkReality VRX headset's versatility as a universal "on-ramp to the enterprise Metaverse" by demonstrating that it can also be tethered to a PC for use as necessary, despite the fact that it can function as a fully standalone device. This includes support for "XR graphics-intensive applications" that demand top-tier GPU-based performance, such as Nvidia's CloudXR technology, which uses cloud-based rendering solutions.

Lenovo wants the ThinkReality VRX to be optimized for IT departments as well from a device management perspective. It enables integrated, at-scale configuration management and deployment capabilities, as well as software updates and employee feedback through tailored analytics.

Sam Draper
September 6, 2023

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