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A seemingly uninteresting patent recently granted to Sony may reveal some features of the hotly-rumored new PSVR 2. Let’s Go Digital first spotted the patent for a data processing device. Mounted to the front of the device are two cameras. Another is placed on the head ring at the back. There’s also an image of a motion controller that spotted a camera. The mention of cameras both on the headset and console leaves Sony’s intentions for PSVR 2 unclear. It may be that the unannounced headset utilizes both sets of sensors for a unique mix of both inside-out and outside-in tracking. Or, it may simply just be the company covering all of its bases in this patent and PSVR 2 will end up using just one of these systems. For now, we know the console will support the original PSVR. The patent was awarded earlier this month, but surfaces just as Sony confirms more details about the PS5. The Sony PlayStation VR 2 (PSVR2) will come with a host of built-in cameras that will arm it with everything it needs to tap into the wonderful world of Augmented Reality (AR) when it launches alongside the PlayStation 5 (PS5) in 2020.

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A seemingly uninteresting patent recently granted to Sony may reveal some features of the hotly-rumored new PSVR 2. Let’s Go Digitalfirst spottedthe patentfor a data processing device’. Notably, though, other images in the patent showcase an entirely different design. There’s also an image of a motion controller that also sports a camera. In the patent text, there’s also reference to a camera attached to a console, much like with the current PSVR setup on PS4. For now, we know the console will support the original PSVR.
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Sonytoday announcedthat the PlayStation 5 is launching in Holiday 2020’. The company hasconfirmed that a next generation PSVR is in development , which may have a higher resolution, HDR support, and wireless. First, we’re adopting haptic feedback to replace the rumble technology found in controllers since the 5th generation of consoles. These technologies may also be integrated into the next PlayStation VR controller, though again thatlikely won’t be launching alongside the PS5.
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A seemingly uninteresting patent recently granted to Sony may reveal some features of the hotly rumored new PSVR 2. Now, the patent itself isn’t directly detailing a new version of PSVR, but some of the diagrams used to illustrate the patent reveal PSVR features we’ve never seen before. With these designs, those problems could be a thing of the past. For now, we know the console will support the original PSVR. we’ve seen new motion controllers, wireless capabilities and more. What actually makes it into the final headset remains to be seen.
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Beyond the terrifying realisation that we're just 10 weeks off from Christmas now (you're welcome), today also marks the third anniversary of PlayStation VR. To celebrate, Sony has opened up about a number of new VR titles currently in development, including alien adventure Bonfire, rhythm game Audica, exploration sim Paper Beast, a new spin on an old favourite with Pixel Ripped 1995, and the "spine-tingling" The RoomVR: A Dark Matter. It's also revealed a "very special PS VR anniversary sale". There's also the option for a further, separate camera to track the user's movements - like the PlayStation Camera or Kinect.
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The Sony PlayStation VR 2 (PSVR2) will come with a host of built-in cameras that will arm it with everything it needs to tap into the wonderful world of Augmented Reality (AR) when it launches alongside the PlayStation 5 (PS5) in 2020, it's been revealed. PS5 insider confirms CRAZY Sony PlayStation console design is real Sony to launch PS5 and PS5 Pro at the same time to rival Microsoft's Xbox Two This Sony PS5 feature is the ultimate cheat in PlayStation's death match with Xbox There's also a camera in the Move controller, LEDs baked into the headset itself for improved tracking and motion detection and a dedicated screen in each eyepiece that's capable of projecting 3D images into the user's retina, Let'sGoDigital adds.