The PS4 Has a VR Headset Now
Today Sony announced Project Morpheus, a VR headset for the PS4. Speaking at GDC, Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida revealed the headset was developed with help from NASA and will help Sony to “push the boundaries of play/”
Sony says that the device will work great with games but they also plan on allowing you to use it to scout real world locations. It supports full 360 degree head tracking, and features an audio module that simulates the sound of 60 different speakers.
Unusually, Sony also revealed its full specifications, although these are subject to change before its release sometime later this year.
Component: Processor unit, head-mounted unit
Display Method: LCD
Panel Size: 5 inches
Panel Resolution: 1920×RGB×1080 (960×RGB×1080 per eye)
Field of View: 90 degrees
Sensors: Accelerometer, Gyroscope
Connection Interface: HDMI + USB
Function: 3D audio, Social Screen
Sony hasn’t revealed the crucial piece of information yet; how much it’ll cost.
What do you think of this newest accessory for the PS4. Will you gey one? Or does VR bore you to tears? Let us know in the comments section below!