Sony has introduced its latest version of virtual-reality headset: Project Morpheus.
Shuhei Yoshida, the president of Sony Computer Entertainment, revealed the device in Game developer conference. He admits that the latest model is like its predecessor in terms of appearance.
However, the Japanese firm claims that it has incorporated numerous innovative technical features in it. The novel features will offer better experience to consumers.
The noteworthy improvements are a 5.7 inch screen with 920 x 1080 OLED. It promises to offer a 100 degree field of view. The new OLED screen is relatively faster than the previous model. It can provide 120 images per second with an incredible display.
Additionally, Sony has made a few minor alterations in the appearance of the headset as well. It has changed the position of the strap of headset. The strap no longer hangs in the middle of user’s scalp. Additionally, it allows users to push off Morpheus on the right side if they wish to take off the headset.
The firm has not yet announced the exact launch date. However, the device would probably touch the market till the end of 2016.