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Sony think of a controller with tracking of the fingers for VR next gen

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Published on May 04, 2020

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Virtual reality continues to represent an important aspect of the strategy video game of Sony and its brand PlayStation. PS4 is the only console that will offer full support to this world and it is expected that with the next generation, the Japanese increases in the dose, presenting a PlayStation VR 2 a lot more powerful and able to overcome the limitations of the current version.

One of these is undoubtedly that of system control, because now you can interact in the virtual environment by exclusively using the controller the Dualshock 4 or the PlayStation Move. This last device certainly offers a greater degree of immersion, but we are talking about a system of control created on the PlayStation 3, and designed to be an alternative to the Wiimote, Nintendo and not to be employed in VR environments.

However, it seems that Sony is experimenting with new technologies that will enable it to carry out the much-awaited generational leap, according to the findings from a new research paper produced by Hideki Mori and Kazuyuki Arimatsu of SIE. The document in question shows a control system incredibly accurate and able to carry out the tracking of the fingers almost perfectly, even if there are still some areas where this may lose a few shots. But dete a look for yourself by consulting the following video:The mid-range Huawei for excellence? Huawei P Smart Z, buy it at the best price from Unieuro to 172 euro. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING

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