Sony wants to bring stereoscopic 3D to a VR headset
Sony is still trying to figure out the best way to immerse you in your PlayStation gaming experience and with TGS right around the corner, it seems like the perfect time to debut the HMZ-T2 Personal 3D Viewer. This device uses two .7 inch OLED screens to feed stereoscopic 3D into your eye sockets. Here is a list of games that will be you can demo at the show:
- Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage 2
- Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
- Silent Hill Downpour
- Yakuza 5
- Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational
- God of War: Ascension
- Borderlands 2
- Assassin's Creed 3
While the HMZ-T2 will be a pioneer in the 3D headset space, it won’t feature head-tracking. Limiting the device to being a TV for your face, unlike the Oculus Rift which might actually change the way we play video games. The headset will be releasing in the next month and has yet to be priced. I bet it will be expensive, but what do you think?
I hope it is adjustable for different head sizes, because otherwise people with big heads will probably have a painful experience when using these for an extended period of time.
If Oculus and Sony combined there tech we may have something truely Epic.
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Well, we're a bit behind but, these are clearly FMDs. (Face Mounted Displays.) Now where's The World? http://dothack.wikia.com/wiki/Face-mounted_display
The video that's on that source provided clearly says it, at least the different prototype called the Prototype-SR they show with a camera on the front, has motion tracking....sooo.......obviously Sony is working on it
It's Sony, so it'll be $500.
So Sony is going to realize the failure of the Virtual Boy the HARD way...
Without head-tracking I don't really see the point. I remain skeptic. Non the less it's nice to see gaming is getting a few steps closer to virtual reality.
Ummm.... Did Sony say how this was gonna work with the PS Move?
Oh..well thanks for the info.
It will have a niche market for people who want a big screen experince without a decent size tv. If it isn't adding anything to the gaming experince then I don't see this taking off at all.
Its more portable then the Virtual Boy ever was!
It doesn't I tested it for 30 minutes and no eye strain, the 3D Personal Viewer modifies the lighting depending on the images. The headset however can be heavy for kids so it's not recommended for them to prevent neck pain. And a 700$ price tag is pretty deep, I mean the Playstation Display is 300$, comes with 3D glasses and Motorstorm Apocalypse. So I bought that and I hooked my Xbox 360 and PS3 on it, the image quality is so beautiful.
I really want to try this thing out. I've heard good things about it
Virtual Boy? Umm.... No. They umm..
Look heres five dollars. Keep that under your hate. Someone doesn't want people to know. I can't say who though.
I prefer the "Oculus Rift"
Sony's new product. The Virtual Boy 2
Well, I'm not against the idea, just as long as it doesn't induce to much headstrain.
I thought those 3D televisions THAT SONY MAKES would work for 3d gaming but okay now i gotta buy a stupid looking headset that i can only use in private.
I think I tried it once. Not a very snug fit ('coz it was pretty worn) and a bit heavy but it works (it was pretty cool playing Killzone 3 with that). Has a headset as part of the "helmet" so you really have no idea what's going on in the real world anymore when you're playing 'coz you'll be pretty much blind and deaf to anything else. Introvert gamers rejoice!