The New PlayStation VR

Through the years of video games existing for the primary task of entertaining us, we have worked towards a more realistic feel during a game. Because of the recent advancements we may have took a step closer to this achievement

Introducing the NEW PlayStation VR. Known by the Codename Project Morpheus during development, PlayStation VR is a virtual reality head-mounted display developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment, which launched on October 13, 2016.

It was designed to be fully functional with the PlayStation 4 home video game console. In certain games and demos for the VR, the player wearing the headset acts separately from other players without the headset. The PlayStation VR system can output a picture to both the PlayStation VR headset and a television simultaneously, with the television either mirroring the picture displayed on the headset, or displaying a separate image for competitive or cooperative gameplay. PlayStation VR works with either the standard DualShock 4 controller or the PlayStation Move controllers.

The PlayStation VR has a 5.7 inch OLED panel, with an RGB sub-pixel matrix resolution of 1080p, or 960 × 1080 × RGB per eye. The headset also has a processor box which enables the Social Screen video output to the television, as well as process the 3D Audio Effect, and uses a 3.5mm headphone jack. The headset also has 9 positional LEDs on its surface for the PlayStation Camera to track 360 degree head movement, and connects to the PlayStation by HDMI or USB.

With this New Gadget we took a step towards bringing our video gaming experience to a whole new world, literally.

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