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SONY AND LENOVO JUST MADE A WEIRD VR AGREEMENT
Sony Online Entertainment today announced that it has struck a new patent licensing deal with Lenovo. The agreement will allow Lenovo to license the design of the PlayStation VR for use its own Mirage Solo headset. What this agreement ultimately means is, at the moment at least, anyone’s guess.After all, the Mirage Solo headset isn’t exactly a new device. It was first revealed at the tail end of 2017 and launched earlier this year as a standalone headset for Google Daydream. This new licensing agreement might mean that Lenovo is gearing up to launch a new version of the Mirage Solo – maybe as a Windows 10 mixed reality headset? – but at the moment, nothing along those lines has been confirmed.Why would Lenovo need to license the PSVR’s design to release a new Mirage headset? If you take a look at the Mirage Solo and the PSVR side-by-side, the need for a license becomes a little more clear. Specifically, both headsets have very similar headbands and a similar overall aesthetic, so Lenovo may have decided to seek out a license for whatever this next headset is. READ MORE