Thursday, July 28, 2022

PlayStation VR2 To Offer Cinematic Mode, See Through View And More

Sony has provided early details about the software experience of the PlayStation VR2, not just the hardware. The company has revealed a few key features for its new generation VR headset, including support for livestreaming. You can broadcast both games and a view of yourself if you have a PS5 HD Camera. As you would expect, this might be useful for Twitch streams, YouTubers, and anyone who wish to share PSVR2 video without using capture cards or green screens.

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.

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