The cable-free device features an independent VPU and a 43-degree field of vision, with core tech that includes 3D object recognition, overlaying augmented information, and remote assistance. A customised depth camera and an IMU multisensory array allow for ‘natural hand gesture interaction’.
daystAR runs on Lenovo’s open source AR platform.
Here’s a brief introductory video by Lenovo's Brand Ambassador (LAE), Disha Sharma:
Lenovo also recently revealed that it is partnering with Disney on Star Wars AR hardware.
For expert insight into the future of AR - as well as VR and MR – from more than 60 speakers, register now for XR Connects Helsinki 2017, 19-20 September.