A new FCC filing suggests that Disney and Lenovo are making a Marvel-themed follow-up to their lightsaber-equipped augmented reality headset. The filing, publicized by Variety yesterday, refers to a “Lenovo Mirage 1.5 Marvel Controller.” The original Lenovo Mirage launched in 2017 with the game Star Wars: Jedi Challenges, which let players duel Darth Vader and several other Star Wars antagonists. Based on the name and other details, it now looks like a second major Mirage game is on its way.
Lenovo’s Mirage is a $79 augmented reality headset that reflects images projected from a phone, using a small floor light as a tracking beacon. It’s not the most ergonomic headset, and its tracking and image quality won’t match a high-end device like…
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