Why not enter the virtual world for a little good-natured escapism because the actual world is full of problems both big and small?
With its upcoming PSVR2 headset, Sony is banking on it, and the company has now disclosed several crucial features for the PS5-related update.With the inclusion of a PS5 camera, the virtual reality headset will first offer livestreaming without the need for green screens or capture equipment.
Because of this, the headgear is probably appealing to YouTube video producers, Twitch streamers, and other VR enthusiasts.With something they call “Cinematic Mode,” Sony addresses using non-VR content with the headset as well.In this mode, the PSVR2 can show whatever that is currently running on the PS5 on a sizable virtual screen in 1080p with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz.This should be helpful for watching movies, changing system settings, and playing common VR games without taking off the headset.
The existence of a see-through mode, comparable to the pass-through option featured on competitor VR headsets, has now received formal confirmation.This enables you to quickly scan your surrounds to find any lost controllers or to avoid crashing into anything.The system also enables the creation of a personalised play area with exit warnings.
Some of the technical details are currently accessible.The PSVR2 will include a 110-degree field of view, eye tracking, 4K HDR, and a panel resolution of 2000×2040 for each eye.Even though details about Sony’s new VR headset are finally starting to emerge, many questions remain.The business has not yet made any pricing or availability announcements or provided any user interface demonstrations.