The company also discussed how it will deal with non-VR material. The PSVR2 headset will have a 1080p "Cinematic Mode," which will display the PS5 interface and traditional games on a virtual screen at refresh rates ranging from 24Hz to 120Hz. If you've used VR previously, this will be a fairly familiar experience, but it will still be useful if you don't want to remove your headset to adjust system settings. Native VR material is shown at 4,000 x 2040 with a refresh rate of 90Hz or 120Hz.
Other well-known features exist to avoid accidents. A "see-through" option allows you to swiftly scan the environment to prevent collisions or locate your controllers. You may also create a personalized play area that will alert you if you get too close to the couch or TV. This isn't a new idea, but it might be critical for apartment dwellers and those with limited room for walk-around VR experiences.