The Lenovo Mirage utilizes two 13MP fisheye cameras so you can snap and share our own VR content. Created in partnership with Google, the the Mirage is basically a point-and-shoot camera that creates depth perception across a 180 x 180 degree field, leaving you with pictures and videos unlike any you’ve captured before. Packed with advanced auto-image stabilization and with native 4K, everything you capture will look exceptionally crisp. The Mirage is designed for simplicity. There are only three buttons (Power, Shutter, and Function) and Google’s VR180 app turns your phone into a viewfinder and handles all the other legwork. The Mirage Solo headset is set for release in a couple of months, but if you already have a headset and know other people who do too, now you can start sharing your own videos without much hassle.