A few days before the release of PlayStation VR2, Sony released two videos disassembling the headset and Sense controller.
Launching next week, the PlayStation VR2 virtual reality headset is an impressive piece of hardware packed with a plethora of technical features.
So that players do not have to use a screwdriver after purchasing the VR glasses, which cost 600 euros, to see which components PlayStation VR2 consists of, an official teardown video was published in which one of the responsible technicians disassembled the headset into individual parts and did so explains which functions the individual components have.
“In the PSVR2 headset video, Takamasa Araki from the Mechanical Design team explains how he and his team engineered the balanced and symmetrical internal structure, the improved cooling system for comfortable gameplay, the optics for amazing graphic fidelity, and the ergonomic headband for maximum comfort” , according to Sony on the PlayStation Blog.
The Sense controller was also disassembled
Another technician is dedicated to the new Sense controller and also lets you take a look at the built-in components. Among other things, the Sense controller has adaptive triggers and touch recognition for fingers, so that extended interaction with objects and the like can take place in the virtual game worlds.
“Takeshi Igarashi from the peripheral design team elaborates on the controller’s tracking technology, which enhances the sense of immersion in the game with finger-touch recognition that allows players to perform more natural hand gestures during gameplay, as well as with haptic feedback and adaptive triggers that build on the innovation of the wireless DualSense controller.
Players who want to lend a hand only have to wait a few more days. PlayStation VR2 will be launched on February 22, 2023 and is said to score with new features and general improvements. Of particular note are the 4K resolution and foveated rendering, which uses eye tracking to only target specific areas of the screen at the highest possible quality.
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PlayStation VR2 is still available for pre-order. Just visit PlayStation Direct and put the package of your choice in the shopping cart. The standard edition without a game is offered for EUR 599.99 and a bundle with “Horizon Call of The Mountain” for EUR 649.99. Only the charging station is currently sold out.
The two teardown videos are available for viewing below:
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