A new report outlines expectations for the Sony PS5 VR headset, which contains information about the display, gaze rendering and controllers.
Sony announced back in February that it was developing a new VR headset for PS5, and PS5 virtual reality It will have a clearer resolution, wider field of view, enhanced tracking function, and it will be connected to the PS5 through a wire, which will simplify the setup and improve the ease of use.
No more information about the headset was provided at the time, but a new report surfaced detailing Sony’s expectations for the next VR product.
According to PSVR without parole, Sony held a private meeting yesterday to briefly introduce the headset to the developers (thanks for uploading VR).
The report confirms the UploadVR report in May, which stated that the device has a resolution of 4000×2040 pixels (2000×2040 per eye) and eye tracking support, which can present fewer pixels in the peripheral area.
PSVR Without Parole also said that the unnamed device code-named NGVR has an HDR OLED display with a 110-degree field of view. Because it renders fewer pixels in the peripheral area (gaze point rendering), the PS5 headset can also take advantage of flexible zoom resolution, which will improve the performance of games released for the device.
The report also discussed the headset’s controllers, which are said to have “capacitive touch sensors for the thumb, index finger, and middle finger.” The sensor can determine when to touch the controller and how far away the user’s finger is from it. Sony previously confirmed that the controller will include some of the key features of the DualSense wireless controller, while focusing on ergonomics.
Sony also hopes to release 3A games for the headset, and hopes that PS5 games can support hybrid VR, so that players can choose to download the traditional version of the game or the VR version first.
The company stated as early as February that it does not expect this headset to be released this year, but today’s report pointed out that the new VR product will be released in early 2022.
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