Sony has unveiled a new prototype of its "Project Morpheus" virtual reality headset, known as "Project Morpheus," and has announced that it will arrive in the first half of 2016.
Sony revealed a new prototype of its virtual reality set Project Morpheus at this week's Game Developers Conference, and plan to launch it for the PlayStation 4 during the first half of 2016.
There are few things in life that get me as pumped up as the prospect of virtual reality. Needless to say, I had a little freak out watching clips of Microsoft’s HoloLens during today’s Windows 10 briefing. Unlike the Oculus Rift, or Project Morpheus, the HoloLens is a completely separate system. It is its own computer, with no need to connect to anything to use, including a controller.
Sony finished off the E3 2014 pre-show press conferences in grand style, by focusing on exclusive content. Really, they pretty much kicked Microsoft to the curb this year. While Microsoft was touting all their sequels, remakes, and multi-platform games, Sony was touting new original content, exclusive titles, and even exclusive content and features on all the same multi-platform titles Microsoft was showing us this morning. They also got to talk about hardware that Microsoft doesn’t even have an answer for, like the Vita, PlayStation TV, and Project Morpheus.
Sony revealed its prototype virtual reality system that’s designed for the PlayStation 4. Sony is calling it Project Morpheus, and it’s a device that fits over your head just like Sony’s 3D head gear. This product is not ready for mass distribution, and there’s no telling when it will be