PSVR 2: Final Design, New Photos, And Details Revealed


Sony unveiled the final design of the upcoming PSVR2 headset and the included Sense controller, which looks similar to the design aesthetics of the PS5. Like a console, virtual reality hardware has a white finish, soft curves, and a matching “orb” motif. According to Sony, the circular sphere represents the 360-degree view that players feel when they enter the world of virtual reality, linked to the design aesthetics of the PS5 family’s products.

Other features of the headset include comfort-focused features. The hardware includes a lens adjustment dial that allows the user to dial the distance between the eye and the lens, a slight weight reduction compared to previous PSVR models, and a new vent design. ..

PSVR2 headset


“When we started designing the PlayStation VR2 headset, one of the first areas we wanted to focus on was the idea of ​​creating a vent in the headset to let the air out. This is the ventilation of the PS5 console. It’s the same as the mouth. Airflow. ” Yuto Morisawa, senior art director of SIE, explained in a post on the PS blog.

“Our engineers came up with this idea as a good way to allow ventilation and keep the lens from fogging when the player is immersed in a VR game. Many to achieve this. After working on the design concept, the final design reveals that there is a small space between the top and front of the scope with an integrated ventilator. How this was done. And I’m really proud of the positive feedback I’ve received so far. I hope PlayStation fans agree. I can’t wait for them to give it a try. “

If you like the texture of the PS5 and DualSense controllers, we hope you’ll find that the front and back bands of the PSVR 2 headset have thousands of small PlayStation symbols added to make them even more comfortable. ..

Sony hasn’t yet disclosed the price or release date of the PSVR2, but the company said details will be revealed shortly. Check out the links to dig deeper into the future of Sony’s virtual reality technology, from inside-out camera tracking to intuitive feedback on the Sense controller, for everything we know about the PSVR 2.


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