Playstation has announced a discussion panel dedicated to PlayStation VR for their conference, PlayStation Experience, this weekend in San Francisco.
Major discussions about the future of VR (virtual reality) in the world of video gaming will take place this weekend at Sony’s PlayStation Experience, an annual event covering PlayStation related merchandise and games. Several topics, regarding the rollout of VR experiences in videos games, are expected to be covered during the discussion. The panel starts at 2:00 PM Pacific this Saturday, December 5th as part of the PlayStation Experience in san Francisco, California. The panel will last less than an hour, with several leading VR developers for PlayStation expected to attend. Guests include Dave Ranyard from London Studio, Anton Mikhailov from Media Molecule, and several others.
Official details about the PlayStation VR Panel, found on PlayStation’s official blog, are listed below:
- What: PlayStation VR and The Future of Play
- Where: San Francisco, CA — Moscone West Hall, 3rd Floor
- When: Saturday, December 5th. 2:00PM Pacific
- Dave Ranyard, Director at London Studio
- Anton Mikhailov, Media Molecule
- And special guests!
Project Morpheus, is an upcoming virtual reality platform innovatively designed to function with PlayStation gaming experiences. It features an HD display with a large field of view aimed at providing the viewer with a large 3D space. So far, PlayStation has announced an introduction of Project Morpheus for popular shooter, Battlezone.
Check out the prototype video for Project Morpheus, a VR project aimed at taking PlayStation 4 to the next level of gaming experience:
As it stands, attendees can expect to try out new and unreleased games on the show floor. Tickets and additional details regarding PlayStation Experience can be below or here:
Saturday: 10AM – 10PM
Sunday: 10AM – 6PM
Saturday Only: $45
Sunday Only: $40
Early Bird: Sold Out
Capcom VIP: Sold Out
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