Sony’s Project Morpheus prototype is a hit, bodes well for the future of virtual reality

In the days since the Project Morpheus announcement, the internet has been abuzz with excitement. Sony’s new VR helmet for the PS4 is receiving substantial mainstream coverage and a surprising amount of praise from the gaming and technology community. Sony is knocking it out of the park with Project Morpheus, and we’re all going to benefit from it.  Wallpaper

Sony is running live demos of Project Morpheus at GDC (Game Developers Conference) this week, and our sister site IGN was lucky enough to get some hands-on time with the prototype. On the whole, this early model is definitely delivering on the promise of VR. Sure, there is still a bit of motion blur introduced during quick head movements, but everything else seems solid as a rock. The headset is comfortable, the demo software performed well, the stereoscopic effect is seamless, and the head-tracking even works facing away from the camera. Even after months of experience with the Oculus Rift, the IGN staff walked away very impressed with Morpheus.  
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