Sony’s Project Morpheus has lights on PS4 controllers needed




The VR headset that Sony Computer Entertainment is developing for the PlayStation 4, uses the lights that are located on the PlayStation 4 Dual Shock controllers. Previously it was not clear why the lights could not be disabled.

Virtual reality headset Project Morpheus, the lights on the controller in order to track their movements as explained Sony out to TechRadar. That was also the reason that Sony already with the release of the PlayStation 4 indicated that the lights were. The DualShock 4 controllers not disabled Now it appears that it was ‘due’ to Project Morpheus always.

“It was our department who said that it should sit lightly because it is needed for tracking,” said designer Jed Ashforth opposite TechRadar. “Then all those controllers, six months ago, came on the market and everyone came with complaints, such as:” He reflects on my television, “we thought, ‘Oh no, because we could tell what it was for no one.”

Sony’s VR headset in March announced under the name Project Morpheus. The device works with the PlayStation Move and camera, and displays images at 1920×1080 resolution. It is expected that Sony will make about Project Morpheus and the games that are developed for this purpose. Better known at the E3 game exhibition, which will be held next month in Los Angeles

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