PlayStation VR 2 might carry wi-fi digital actuality to your PS5 – and extra

Sony has lastly confirmed the PlayStation 5 will launch on the finish of 2020 however although the corporate spilled just a few key particulars about its next-generation console as a part of the announcement, we did not hear something concerning the inevitable PSVR2. 

Nonetheless, LetsGoDigital has unearthed a patent for the next-generation digital actuality that means that PlayStation VR 2 shall be wi-fi, boasting built-in cameras and a clear mode.

Sony Interactive Leisure filed a patent earlier this yr – which was accredited on October three, 2019 – with the USA Patent and Trademark Workplace titled ‘Knowledge processing’. 

This patent particulars a digital actuality headset with three built-in cameras – two on the entrance and one on the again – alongside movement detection expertise. If that is not sufficient, it appears just like the PSVR 2 headset is also wi-fi (related through Bluetooth) and boast a built-in energy provide, microphone and its personal video/audio sign supply. In different phrases, no extra plugging in headphones for sound, as audio system shall be built-in. 

It is a huge change from the present PSVR headset that’s wired, and lacks a built-in speaker and microphone, though the precise look of the potential PSVR 2 headset would not look far off its predecessor. 

And there is extra…

(Picture credit score: USPTO/Sony)

The potential PSVR 2 headset is also significantly better at motion monitoring, in response to the patent, with quite a few LEDs positioned across the again of the headset.

Whereas the headset itself could also be wi-fi, a separate digicam (just like the PlayStation Digicam) should still should be used to trace these LEDs and monitor the gamers’ motion. 

We might additionally see the PlayStation Transfer controller getting an improve, together with its personal built-in digicam.

Subsequent up is the potential addition of transparency mode. This could enable the headset the power to point out a specific amount of transparency when required, permitting the consumer to see the real-life surroundings. The aim of this? To permit for AR functions.

And eventually, we now have as soon as once more seen the point out of a holographic mode which might enable customers to play video games in 3D in PlayStation VR.

It is nearly inevitable that PSVR 2 is on the way in which, however whether or not it’s going to resemble the patents we have seen thus far remains to be unsure. We all know the PS5 will land on the finish of 2020, however we do not count on to see next-generation PSVR till a minimum of 2021.

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