Experience what it feels like to wield a lightsaber for the first time – to face off against enemies right in your own living room. Feel your opponents' attacks with force feedback.
Awaken your inner Jedi with the smartphone-powered augmented reality STAR WARS™ experience.
Perfect your lightsaber skills by taking on some of the most menacing villains the dark side has to offer.
Train your mind in the ultimate game of concentration and strategy, as first seen in Star Wars™: Episode IV – A New Hope™.
Test your skills as a military strategist and command armies against enemy troops in large-scale ground wars.
Further your Jedi training with challenges in lightsaber battles and strategic combat on the plant Crait. Available now through a free update to the mobile app.
Batteries included. A compatible phone and the STAR WARS: Jedi Challenges companion app are required. Additional data rate may apply when downloading the app. STAR WARS characters, objects and described experiences only appear as augmented reality images through the Lenovo Mirage AR headset when in use with a compatible phone. More content may be available in future downloads.
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Is Star Wars: Jedi Challenges a single or multiplayer experience?
Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is a single player experience.
How old do you need to be to use the headset?
The Lenovo Mirage AR headset is designed to fit comfortably for individuals over the age of 13.
Can this headset be used for applications other than Star Wars: Jedi Challenges?
Currently, the Lenovo Mirage AR headset is for use only with the Star Wars: Jedi Challenges experience.
Will there be additional games added over time?
Currently, Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is the only available experience, offering three different modes: Lightsaber battles, strategic combat, and Holochess, with multiple difficulty levels and unique challenges to overcome.
My phone is not in the compatibility list. Can I still play?
Star Wars: Jedi Challenges does require a compatible smartphone in order to run properly. For a list of currently compatible phones, visit www.jedichallenges.com/compatibility. If your phone is not listed, the experience may not be optimized and may not work as expected. Different phones continue to be tested for compatibility, so check back often for the newest list.
How much physical movement and space is required for Star Wars: Jedi Challenges?
Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is designed to be played standing and in motion, within a recommended space of at least 5 ft. x 10 ft. (1.5m x 3m), and at a distance of at least 5 ft. (1.5m) from the Tracking Beacon. For the best experience, we recommend being able to move freely when playing.
Can I wear glasses and still use the headset to play Star Wars: Jedi Challenges?
The Lenovo Mirage AR headset is designed to fit most commonly sized prescription glasses. The headset’s dimensions (where the glasses would fit) are 6 in. x 1.78 in. (154mm x 45mm).
How is the Lenovo Mirage AR headset powered?
The Lenovo Mirage AR Headset contains and is powered by a 2200 mAh lithium polymer battery, providing up to 5 hours of play time. Actual usage time may vary. There is a Micro USB port on the headset, and a Micro USB charger provided in the package, to enable recharging.
How does the lightsaber interact with the headset?
Cameras in the Lenovo Mirage AR headset are able to detect the position of the lightsaber while the Lightsaber controller is paired with the activated smartphone via Bluetooth. The phone combines sensor and positional information to enable accurate detection and optics.
Are there any sensors built in the headset and/or the lightsaber?
There are multiple sensors in the Lightsaber controller and the Lenovo Mirage AR headset. Rotation information is captured through the gyroscope of the player’s smartphone which is inserted into and connected to the headset.
What is the image quality seen inside the headset?
Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is a smartphone-powered augmented reality experience, designed for the player to see clear in-game graphics as well as their natural environment. Images seen through the headset are projected from the inserted smartphone, optimized through the device's optical components, onto the real world. The exact pixel density of what each player sees will vary based on the smartphone used to power the experience.