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Lenovo has announced the game set "Star Wars: Jedi Challenges" at the IFA in Berlin, which is aimed at the fans of the feature film series. The package consists of a VR glasses, into which one pushes a compatible Android smartphone or iPhone, a light swell controller, a direction finder and an app.

          With their own light sword, the fans can compete against legendary villains such as Kylo Ren and Darth Vader. In another game scenario, players lead the forces of the Republic, the Rebel Alliance, and the Resistance in virtual fights. The set also allows to play the game of Holoschach known from the "Star Wars" films in their own living room. The fans can direct their holographic extraterrestrial figures across the board and fight for territory and control. Lenovo's VR glasses ("Mirage AR headset") are compatible with Google's Daydream system. It is the gap between simple cardboard glasses like the Google cardboard and elaborate VR solutions such as the Oculus Rift or the HTC Vive close. "We believe that the expanded reality will lead into a new era of storytelling and play an important role in the experiences "Said Disney manager Kyle Laughlin. The game set, which costs almost 300 euros and will be launched in November, is part of a broader collaboration between Lenovo and the Disney group. At the IFA on Thursday, laptops with "Star Wars" motifs were announced. The film franchise created by George Lucas was sold to the Walt Disney Company in 2012. dpa

          
           

          
          
                
                    
          
            
                

                
        

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