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Sony ‘doing surprising things’ with Dualshock 4 in VR


Input remains one of the biggest issues for virtual reality (VR) experiences. Even if a head-mounted display (HMD) offers a flawless sense of presence, a user not being able to move either own arms and legs within the virtual world can bring the sense of immersion toppling down. With that in mind, VR fans wouldn’t think that the PlayStation 4′s Dualshock 4 controller would be the perfect way to control videogames with the Project Morpheus HMD. But, according to Sony Computer Entertainment, it’s possible to do some ‘surprising things’ with the controller. READ MORE

Shuhei Yoshida: PS4 Designed for 120fps Output With Project Morpheus


With the new generation of videogame consoles now over a year old the industry finds itself in a constant debate of technical standards. Many fans hope to play their titles in 60 frames per second (fps) on the PlayStation 4. As virtual reality (VR) companies will claim, though, 60fps isn’t quite enough to deliver convincing VR, which could cause an issue for the system’s Project Morpheus head-mounted display (HMD). However, according to Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) itself, PlayStation 4 was in fact designed for 120fps output for Project Morpheus. READ MORE

ADR1FT Aiming for 4-Hour, $20 – $30 Experience


In December 2014 indie developer Three One Zero revealed the first footage for its anticipated virtual reality (VR) compatible first-person experience, ADR1FT. A brief look at footage from the title stunned with its impressive visual direction, but left plenty of questions about the videogame itself. Recently the developer has addressed some of those questions, revealing that it intends for ADR1FT to be a four hour long experience that aims to sit in a $20 USD – $30 price range upon launch later this year. READ MORE

Yoshida on New Morpheus: PS4 ‘one step closer’ to Making ‘amazing VR experiences’


Earlier today Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) revealed a new version of its anticipated virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD), Project Morpheus. The company has updated the kit a year on from its initial reveal to include a 5.7-inch OLED display along with a flipable front so that users can quickly get a glimpse of the real world. While not the final version of the kit, SCE says that it is near completion. According to Head of Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida, the new device is ‘one step closer to giving PlayStation 4 players ‘amazing VR experiences’. READ MORE

Sony to Focus on VR Games at E3 and Beyond


Sony Computer Entertainment continued to tease the future of the Project Morpheus virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD) at the 2015 Game Developers Conference (GDC) today by revealing a new prototype for the device. The kit features a wide range of updates including a new OLED display and a 120Hz refresh rate, bringing it to a ‘near final’ standard. As for videogames, a handful of new titles were revealed for the kit, although SCE has promised that more will be coming at E3 2015 and beyond. READ MORE

First Images of New Project Morpheus Revealed


Today at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2015 during Sony’s session, Shushei Yoshida announced a new Project Morpheus prototype. Though the virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD) looks very similar to the first iteration of the device the features are very different. After the first screens of the device were revealed.


Sony: New Morpheus Prototype is ‘near final’


It’s a big day for Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) and its Project Morpheus virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD). The company has revealed a new prototype for the device at the 2015 Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco, California, USA. Many had hoped that SCE might instead show the final version of its device at the event but the company has at least assured that this version of the device is ‘near final’. READ MORE

Sony Announces London Heist for PlayStation 4 and Project Morpheus


Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) provided an update on its anticipated virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD), Project Morpheus today at the 2015 Game Developers Conference. The company dished out details on a new prototype for the device that features a range of updates over the one that was introduced last year. The company also took the time to announce some new projects coming to the device. One of them London Heist from the studio behind The Getaway. READ MORE