Don't know much about this, but seemed worthy of sharing for this niche segment of VR.
Found a review here: https://www.slashgear.com/lenovo-...-04529629/
Mirage Camera is the simplest way to capture life's special moments in virtual reality (VR) video and photos – everything you see, it sees so you can relive life later as if you were in a time capsule. Its VR180 format integrates easily with YouTube and Google Photos, so sharing with friends and family is a breeze. Live stream to loved ones. Capture, share, and relive like never before.
The Mirage Camera is designed for simplicity, so creating VR content is as easy as taking a video or photo on your phone: just point and shoot. You can even pair it with your smartphone via Wi-Fi Direct and Google's VR180 app to make your phone's screen act as a viewfinder.
Finally, you don't have to jump through hoops to experience and create your own immersive virtual reality. All VR content created on the Mirage Camera can now be seamlessly viewed and shared on the Mirage Solo with Daydream, the world's first standalone Daydream headset (sold separately).