The PlayStation VR (PSVR, known by its code name Project Morpheus during development) is a virtual reality headset developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment, which was released in October 2016.
It is fully functional with the PlayStation 4 and is forward compatible with the PlayStation 5 home video game console. The PlayStation VR is compatible with the PlayStation 5 via an adapter that is shipped for free by Sony to anyone who has previously purchased the PSVR. You can also look for the best PSVR lenses via https://www.vr-wave.store/products/psvr-prescription-lenses.
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How does PSVR work?
PlayStation VR (PSVR) is a headset that displays a stereoscopic (a different image is in each eye) view of Virtual Reality (VR) content generated by the PS4 system.
The headset contains blue LED tracking lights and motion sensors that are used in conjunction with the PS Camera to track the position and orientation of your head in real-time.
What are the specs on PSVR’s screen?
PSVR uses a single 5.7” 1920 x 1080 resolution full-color OLED RGB display, also known as “1920 x RGB x 1080.” Unlike other VR displays, the PSVR display uses full Red, Green, and Blue sub-pixels to produce a full-color pixel.
There are 1920 Red, Green, and Blue sub-pixels for each of the 1080 lines of pixels, so this is referred to as 1920 x RGB x 1080. This enables PSVR to further immerse the player and deliver a strong sense of presence.