Sony’s Morpheus VR Helmet is Almost Ready

You may be familiar the virtual reality helmet Oculus VR, but did you know Sony is working on their own VR equipment
By Vlad Dudau
Vlad Dudau
Vlad Dudau
September 19, 2014 Updated: September 19, 2014

You may be familiar the virtual reality helmet Oculus VR, but did you know Sony is working on their own VR equipment, dubbed Morpheus? And according to the latest news Morpheus might launch in the near future.

We reported on Morpheus back in March when Sony revealed their plan for VR helmets. After that, the company went a bit quiet as to how their work was progressing, but now the Wall Street Journal is reporting that Morpheus is 85% complete.

VR helmets use speakers, high resolution displays and sensors to give the user the feeling of complete immersion in a virtual environment. Through its sensors the helmet tracks your head movements and adjust the scene you’re seeing in real time to create the illusion you’re actually there.

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Vlad Dudau