Sony’s Virtual reality glasses, Project Morpheus, will become available in the first half of 2016. The company announced this during the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
The device was presented last year as a concept. The glasses are going to be with improved hardware than originally announced, and are “almost ready”.
Morpheus will rely on OLED screen with Full HD resolution. The refresh rate will be up to 120Hz – double the capacity of the original version.
The display is 5.7-inch with 18ms refresh time and may be detached from the device. In the outer casing has nine blue LEDs that will be used by the camera of PlayStation, to analyze the position of the head. In this way, the software can adjust the picture according to the viewing angle and will enhances the virtual reality.
Sony has announced that it used the passed year to collect feedback from developers and improve glasses accordingly. Now the VR kit can be used by people with glasses, it is more comfortable and thave many new features added to the SDK.
The PlayStation 4, the DualShock 4 controller and additional compartment console are already compatible with Project Morpheus. The glasses can be used by consumers immediately, without the need to buy additional accessories or installation of additional software. So far Sony has not revealed the future price of the glasses.