Today, Sony released new information about its next generation PlayStation VR2 Virtual Reality Glasses UX players can expect to enjoy it once VR2 is officially launched. In the demo, Sony revealed a new streaming feature for PS VR2 It enables you to photograph yourself while playing. Just connect the PS5 HD camera to the console and you’re good to go. It provides a great way to show your moves and reactions while playing and share your reactions with fellow players in real time.
Sony also revealed that in VR mode, VR2 gamers can enjoy VR game content in 360 view in a virtual environment with content displayed in 4000×2040 HDR video format at a resolution of 2000×2040 pixels per eye with 90Hz/120Hz. frame rate.
“The road to PlayStation VR2’s launch is in full swing, and we can’t wait to experience new and exciting gaming experiences that you’ll be able to explore using next-generation VR headsets. As we continue our launch efforts, today we’d like to give you a sneak peek at some of the user experience features you’ll discover on PlayStation VR2. PS VR2 With PS VR2, you can see your surroundings while wearing the headset with the new Vision feature. It comes in handy when you want to easily check where the PS VR2 Sense consoles are in your room without removing the headset. Thanks to the front cameras built into the PS VR2, users can Pressing the function button on the headset, or using the card in Control Center, to switch between watching your surroundings or viewing content on the PS VR2. The card in Control Center also provides quick access to other PS VR2 settings, such as adjusting the playing area.”
“The play area for PS VR2 can be customized using PS VR2 Sense controllers and built-in cameras. The cameras will allow you to scan the room, while the PS VR2 Sense controllers allow you to expand and customize the playing area further to suit the gameplay and environment of the room. While playing, if you get close to The limits you set, you will receive a warning that you are approaching the limits of the play area. You can modify your settings at any time while the PS VR2 is connected. Once you have set up your play area, the settings will be saved unless you move to a different play area.”
“In Cinema Mode, players can view the PS5 system, user interface, and all non-VR media and gaming content on a virtual cinema screen. Content will be displayed in Cinema Mode in 1920 x 1080 HDR video format at 24/60Hz and also at 120Hz frame rate.”
For more information on the user experience of the new PlayStation VR virtual reality headset, head over to the official PlayStation Blog for an early look at what you can expect from Sony.
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