As we enter a new year, so as we must embrace any and all PlayStation VR patents that may emerge and it looks like this one could be a lot of fun if you have others around you. The new patent that was filed on October 13, 2020, but released on January 28, 2021,, shows how non-VR players would get to interact in a way that could help or not help, depending on what the game or experience is. But… Read more.
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Patents can be an exciting thing as we get to see what the possibilities could be even if they do not always come true. But it looks like, with the release of the PS5 and the haptic feedback of the new DualSense controller, some things could be very interesting with a new PlayStation VR headset. First discovered by Let's Go Digital, the patent would shows if the headset is worn correctly by using a sensor or a type of pressure… Read more.
What a round of news it has been with the recent info on the PlayStation 5 and the not too recent patents, it seems that Sony is always looking ahead and that is great news for everyone. But as we look forward to the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation VR 2, what if there is more than meets the eye of what Sony is working on? A recent Japanese patent seems to show what looks to be a wireless PlayStation AR headset. This… Read more.
Can it be true? Well, it looks like Sony has filed a patent for a new type of Move Controller. Could this be what we are hoping for or for something else entirely? If you notice how there looks to be a thumbstick almost as if take it from the Navigational controller and adding it what many have been wishing for with an updated Move controller. I for one can see this be very good for PlayStation VR and games… Read more.
With the success of PlayStation VR, it should be no surprise on Sony looking at how they can already improve the experience. We have seen patents of possibly new controllers as well as possibly for the headset itself. It seems a new patent has been filed that would possibly not use controllers, but by devices that could be worn on the wrist and transmit infrared light, which the headset would be able to pick up. This would make for some interesting immersion as it would… Read more.
Well, it looks like Sony has a new patent on a PlayStation VR headset, but this is an interesting one. It is true that some people may experience motion sickness in Virtual Reality. About 6 months after the PlayStation VR headset launched, Sony filed a headset to help prevent motion sickness. What is interesting is the illustrations for the patent. So basically with everything in place, the headset would be able to tell when everything is hitting that certain level.… Read more.
How many times have you been to a sporting event or a concert and wish you had better viewing, don’t have to interact with those around you or even the traffic of getting to and from the event? But what if things could be taken a step further? Sure, right now, you can get add NextVR on the PlayStation VR that does have a way of being front row at comedy concerts or being close the ring of the WWE, while awesome,… Read more.