Technology has advanced so much in the last 20 years and it seems that nothing can stop it. From apps to hybrid phones to realistic games, there’s nothing that technology can’t do. The latest tech innovation comes from game leaders Sony PlayStation that revealed a new head set that looks as if it were specially designed for a futuristic sci-fi blockbuster: it is a PS4 virtual reality headset called Project Morpheus.
The president of Sony, Shuhei Yoshida has put an end to all the rumors circulating around Project Morpheus headset and revealed at the official Games Developers conference that the future of PlayStation games will be the virtual reality type of games, revealing from under a sheet the prototype model for the Project Morpheus headset.
Yoshida also declared that they have been working on the virtual reality headset for the last three years and that this will not be its final form. The prototype version of this futuristic headset consists of the Sony HMZ head display that comes with a Move controller on its side and can be used for playing first-person games.
Project Morpheus headset specifications
Sony’s virtual reality headset comes with a 5 inch LCD display that has a resolution of 1920Xrgbx1080 resolution, a field of view of 90 degrees, a 3D audio support, DualShock 4 and a compatibility with the PS Move and it places no weight on the nose or the cheeks of the player.
Yoshida also revealed that the Project Morpheus headset mirrors what the player see on a TV display, which allows others to see what the player sees. Only a single virtual headset can be connected to a PS4 console at a time for now.
Another cool feature that was specially created for the Project Morpheus headset is the 3D sound technology that allows the players to hear sounds coming to them from all directions, including from above and from below them.
The release date and the pricing are not known yet but we will keep you updated to any news that will appear in the future.