Lenovo ThinkReality VRX, virtual reality glasses for the corporate universe

lenovo has announced the availability of ThinkReality VRX glassesa model designed for business uses and with six degrees of freedom (6DoF). It is characterized by offering a comfortable fit and a slim profile. In addition, it has pancake-type lenses and the ability to go full color and high resolution for mixed reality applications.

In addition, these glasses offer a package of comprehensive services designed to make it easier for companies to find solutions to problems with the help of this device. They can work with three or six degrees of freedom content, and as a stand-alone device or connected to a computer or workstation to broadcast experiences.

Lenovo ThinkReality VRX can also use cloud-based rendering solutions. Between them, Nvidia CloudRX, a tool with which they can achieve graphics-intensive augmented reality experiences that require high-end GPU-based performance. It integrates the ThinkReality software platform, with which IT and operations departments of companies can deploy, configure and manage augmented reality devices at scale.

Enterprise customers, meanwhile, can count on software updates to make their jobs easier for employees. Also with analysis tools to optimize its performance.

These glasses are also supported by a package of comprehensive services, ranging from consulting and content creation to cloud deployment and customer support. Everything that surrounds them is designed to make it easier for organizations to address the new realities that come to the business environment. On the other hand, they support enterprise-grade security practices with a secure supply chain and manufacturing process that thoroughly vets every component and service provider.

With its lenses and slim format, the profile of the glasses is reduced. In addition, its design makes the position of the battery the most suitable to improve the distribution of the but of the device. This balance offers a better fit, as well as a more comfortable feeling when wearing them.

On its front are four 6DoF tracking cameras, as well as two high-resolution color pass-through cameras. Pass-through technology also offers capabilities that allow you to overlay 3D graphics onto the real world. In addition, they integrate a Snapdragon XR platform. Lenovo has alliances with expert companies in virtual and augmented reality facing the metaverse.

The ThinkReality VRX will be available only to select Lenovo customers by the end of 2022and his launch in several markets it is already planned from early 2023. For now it is unknown what price they will have when they go on sale.

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