Sunday, June 26

PlayStation VR2 will be able to scan real objects for use in games according to a patent

SonyLike any other company in the technology sector, it investigates a thousand and one tools, devices or new technologies that it proposes to incorporate into its consoles or devices and for which it creates various patents. Sometimes, these records remain as mere ideas and others end up being translated into products or qualities for their consoles or, in the case that concerns us today, in the new and brand-new PlayStation VR 2 helmet of which we have been able to learn more details a few years ago. you give.

After Sony has provided us with information about its commitment to virtual reality for PlayStation 5, GameRant has discovered a patent registered by Sony on June 23, 2021 and that has been recently updated to show us a technology registered by the Japanese company that will allow players scan real objects of your room as lamps for later use them in virtual reality environments of PlayStation VR or PlayStation VR2 and even allow to use them in certain traditional titles if the game allows it.

For now, keep in mind that it is a patent for a technology with what this implies, since or we can see how this patent becomes a reality and give us details of it when we know more about PlayStation VR 2 Or, on the other hand, it could stay in a patented technology to “prevent theft” and stay stored in the office of patents without any use being made of it.

4K OLED screen, a game of Horizon … and Half-Life: Alyx?

The last few days are leaving us quite a lot of news about Sony’s current affairs in the world of virtual reality. Last week on the occasion of CES 2022 the Japanese company gave us many PlayStation VR2 technical details that have a 4K OLED screen, in addition to announcing Horizon: Call of the Mountain for this device and that rumors have been raised about the possible launch of Half-Life: Alyx for the “VR headset” from Sony.



Reference-vandal.elespanol.com

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