PlayStation 5's 'next generation PS VR' is rumored to be equipped with a 4K resolution headset & line-of-sight tracking
It has already been announced that PlayStation VR (PS VR), which allows you to enjoy games and videos in virtual reality (VR), will be released as a peripheral device for PlayStation 5 . Upload VR, which handles VR-related news, has introduced as 'testimony by leading sources' that the resolution of this next-generation PS VR headset has finally reached 4K and it also has a line-of-sight tracking function.
Next-Gen PlayStation VR Is 4K Plus Eye-Tracking & Vibration
The next PlayStation VR will be 4K and include eye-tracking, according to UploadVR --The Verge
There is a USB Type-C port on the front of the PlayStation 5, sources say the new PS VR headset will work with a USB Type-C wired connection.
According to UploadVR, the resolution of the new PS VR headset is 2000 x 2040 pixels for each eye, for a total of 4000 x 2040 pixels. This is almost twice the resolution of the current PS VR headset, which totals 1920 x 1080 pixels, and is slightly higher than the 1832 x 1920 pixels Oculus Quest 2.
With a resolution of 4000 x 2040 pixels, the screen door effect that makes the mesh pattern visible on the display of the VR headset is unlikely to occur.
In addition to the line-of-sight tracking feature, the new PS VR also includes a feature called 'Foveated Rendering,' according to sources. Taking advantage of the fact that 'humans see only the central part of the field of view clearly', it is said that more efficient operation is possible by drawing only the central part of the image with high resolution and lowering the surrounding resolution. Is the fove rendering.
The current PS VR uses the PlayStation Move system to track controllers and headsets that glow with the camera. On the other hand, the new PS VR is equipped with an inside-out camera that recognizes the outside situation, and you can grasp your position and movement based on the image of this camera. In addition, the headset has a built-in motor to give tactile feedback.
UploadVR says, 'The new PS VR is a true next-generation VR experience that Sony plans for PlayStation 5 users. The adaptive trigger used in the next-generation PS VR controller is Sony's VR. It sets the experience apart, eye tracking is the first to be offered to the general public, and higher resolution and easier setup will be a dramatic improvement over the previous generation PS VR. '.