Product information Lynx R1 Pro
The Lynx R1 Pro is the first multipurpose standalone VR and AR headset in one device offering true mixed reality capabilities. The Lynx R1 Pro is equipped with all that is needed to either be used as a standalone VR headset as well as a standalone AR headset or both at the same time. Due to this is it ideal for a variety of use cases like remote assistance, visual guided instructions or tele operations.
The Lynx R1 Pro has the following key advantages:
Standalone Mixed Reality
First, the Lynx R1 Pro is a standalone Mixed Reality headset, what makes it unique is that it can also be used as a fully standalone VR headset or AR headset, easily switching between the different modes or both simultaneously in the same app. The VR mode can be enhanced using a magnetic facial cover which blocks out light. This has a huge benefit as this makes the Lynx R1 Pro highly versatile as your organisation can use it for multiple purposes because of its dual abilities. This makes it easier to integrate into your organisation as well as manage because of having a single device. An added benefit of the Lynx R1 Pro is that the visor of the Lynx R1 Pro can be flipped up 90 degrees, allowing users to easily exit the XR experience and enter it.
Built with data and privacy in mind
Second, the Lynx R1 Pro has been completely built with privacy and data protection in mind. Unlike some other VR and AR headsets, users can easily deactivate any sensor that may collect sensitive information. Along with this, the device can be used completely offline to avoid any data being shared. Finally, the operating system running on the device can be reviewed to ensure security and data protection practices are being followed.
Innovative prism optics
Third, the catadioptric freeform prism optics of the Lynx R1 Pro is a new design by Lynx. The prism shape is used to reflect light within the lens, enabling a shorter distance between your eyes and the display, creating a thinner form factor.
Comfortable and lightweight
Fourth, a lightweight design with 4-fold catadioptric freeform prism optics enables a lightweight face, this is as the smaller prism optics take up less space than for example fresnel or pancake lenses. A battery pack at the back of the headset enables weight to be distributed evenly creating a more comfortable viewing experience. This enables the device to be used for long periods with comfort.
Open Operating System
Fifth, the Lynx R1 Pro runs on an open Android 10 operating system. This means you can change certain settings for enterprise use. Examples of these changes are things such as deactivating buttons or kiosk mode. As well as sideloading APK’s and using MDM’s.
Native Hand Tracking and Controller Integration
Finally, the Lynx R1 Pro can be controlled completely with your hands thanks to its native hand tracking. Read what our customers have to say about us capabilities. This makes the device usable as a hands-free screen, avoiding the issue with many VR & AR headsets where you have to constantly be picking up & putting down controllers.
The Lynx has a specialised software that works with 2 external cameras to manage all the hand tracking. The specialised software has the ability to tracking not only the users hands but also each individual fingers to a high degree of accuracy and with low latency. Furthermore the use of infra-red cameras allows the hand tracking to continue working with high accuracy in dark environments.
Even though the Lynx R1 Pro can be completely controlled with your hands, the headset can be used with the purpose built Lynx R1 Pro 6DOF controllers. Giving your organisation the flexibility to decide which best suits your use case.
Pros and cons
Native hand tracking
Standalone Mixed Reality
Privacy and data protection features
Open operating system
Usable as an AR Headset
Usable as a VR headset
No native app store
|Built-in Display||Display:||LCD||CPU:||Snapdragon XR2|
|Controllers||Refresh Rate:||90 Hz||Memory:||128GB Internal Storage / 6GB RAM|
|Built-in Audio||Platform:||Android 12||Weight:||500 Grams|
|Standalone||Resolution:||1600 x 1600 Per Eye||Color:||Black|
|Field of View:||90 Degrees||Warranty:||1 Year|
|1x Lynx R1 Pro Headset||1x USB-C Cable||1x Set of Magnetic Front Foams||1x Magnetic VR Facial Interface||VR Expert Quickstart Guide|
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Can I expand the storage space?
Yes, you can expand the storage space with a MicroSD memory card.
Does the Lynx R1 support wireless streaming?
The headset supports wireless streaming via WIFI 6 & WIFI 5 for connection to a computer, the bandwidth is automatically optimized for an outstanding experience.
How do you control the Lynx R1?
In addition to hand tracking, the Lynx R1 also offers compatibility with the Lynx R1 controller.
How much does the Lynx R1 weigh?
The total weight of the Lynx R1 is about 700 grams including the foam. On top of this, Lynx has optimized the headset’s distribution at the central point of gravity, this makes the balance perfect.
Is the Lynx R1 compatible with SteamVR?
Yes, compatibility with SteamVR is available via wireless streaming.
What is the battery life of the Lynx R1?
Depending on the software, the headset can be used for 2-3 hours.
What is the FOV (field of view) of the Lynx R1
The Lynx R has a FOV (field of view) of 90 degrees.
What is the IPD range of Lynx R1?
The IPD range is between 56 and 72 mm. Both lenses can move independently of each other.
What is the refresh rate of the Lynx R1?
The Lynx R1 has a refresh rate of 90 Hz.
What is the resolution of the Lynx R1?
The Lynx R1 has a resolution of QHD+. This equates to 1600 by 1600 pixels per eye.
What kind of CPU does the Lynx R1 have?
The Lynx R1 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 processor, which is also used in the Oculus Quest 2 and the Pico 4. This is still Qualcomm’s latest and most powerful flagship processor in VR & AR processors.
What kind of optics does the Lynx R1 use?
The Lynx R1 uses 4-fold catadioptric free-form prism optics. The new lens allows the screen to sit very close to the lens, making the headset significantly more compact than headsets with simpler optics.
What operating system does the Lynx R1 run on?
The Lynx R1 runs on Android 12. In addition, Unity3D & OpenXR are also supported by the manufacturer.