Some of the virtual reality experiences that will come with Sony’s PS VR2

Knowing its specs and design, Sony is now offering a quick look at some of the experiences that will come with its next-gen virtual reality glasses, the new PS VR2.

Experiences such as the ability to attach a PS5 HD camera to the console stand out to stream yourself while playing one of your favorite titles, cinematic mode to display games and non-VR media on a virtual theater screenand further.

But these are not the only experiences presented today, as there are other interesting ones, such as the transparent view, which allows the user to alternate between the content and its environment to be able to see the same at a given moment without having to remove the glasses.

Sony dice:

With PS VR2’s built-in front cameras, users can press the function button on the headset or use the map in Control Center to switch between viewing their surroundings or viewing content in PS VR2. The Control Center map also provides quick access to other PS VR2 settings, such as setting your play area.

This mode has no recording functionality, only viewing.

Users will also have the ability to customize your play area with PS VR2 Sense controllers and built-in cameraswhere cameras will scan the room, and controllers will allow you to further expand and customize the play area according to game needs.

Sony adds that:

During gameplay, if you approach the boundary you set, you will receive a warning that you are approaching the edge of the play area. You can change your settings at any time while PS VR2 is connected. Once you have set up your Playground, the settings will be saved unless you move to another Playground.

About VR mode and cinematic mode, the first will allow you to enjoy virtual reality games in a 360° view in a virtual environment, displaying in HDR 4000 x 2040 video format (2000 x 2040 per eye) at 90Hz to 120Hz fps.

And with Cinematic Mode, as we’ve already discussed, non-VR media and games are displayed on a virtual cinema screen. Content will be displayed in a 1920×1080 HDR video format with 24 or 60Hz and also with 120Hz fps.

In addition to showcasing these experiences, Sony is taking aim at developers noting that they will soon get the latest user experience for PS VR2 through the system software release as part of ongoing development.

And the Japanese company is always looking forward to showcasing and sharing more things about the new PS VR2, although they will keep us hooked until their next releases, although those releases are milestones that the launch is getting closer to being. a reality, where we can assume they’ll enjoy the commercial lure of Christmas shopping, even if we’ll wait for them to set the launch date.

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