PlayStation VR, wireless version suggested by the patent Sony
PlayStation VR in the future might give up to the wiring, at least according to what emerged from a patent Sony filed in Japan. The current viewer for Virtual Reality to be used exclusively on PlayStation 4 has achieved good results, presenting itself as a device VR, capable of ensuring a good gaming experience for a fraction of the price compared to other analog devices. To use the PlayStation VR, however, it is necessary to connect the viewer to the processing unit through a cable, a solution that impresses, as it restricts, for example, the movements of the user.
Sony, however, could be working on a VR visor without wires, which should be made to eliminate the cable for connecting the unit processor, by proposing a system able to transmit and receive data constantly working on different frequencies (5GHz and 60GHz) on the basis of the distance between the viewer and the processing unit, to connect, obviously, the TV and console (PS4/PS5). We report that in the patent (Link in Source) does not mention the name of the presumed viewer and are not even present precise reference to the particular model of the console.
The japanese giant seems to be then more likely to follow - even if in a different way - the road taken by the HTC and Oculus: with the Wireless Adaptor in fact, the viewers, VR home (HTC Live and Live Pro) can be used in the "mode" wireless, while with the new Oculus Quest you get closer to the action without the need for a PC, wires and external sensors.The only real Notes.? Samsung Galaxy Note 9, on offer today from Mobzilla.en 579 euro, or from ePrice to 799 euro. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING