The PlayStation VR has still to go through rough road as compared to the high-end PCs of today. These PCs can expand what the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive can contribute for a great gaming experience, contrary to the PlayStation. The platform may seem unfit for the retrofitted 2010-release Move controller and PlayStation Camera.These were utilized to work with PlayStation VR. However, the PlayStation VR has some impressive features into it but it has just some issues. PlayStation VR is Sony's version of a virtual reality head mount. This requires a gadget such as the PlayStation 4.
Similar to the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, it has a stereoscopic 3D display equipped with optics. These optics can permit the user to display the screen of the source device directly in front of his or her eyes. Based on the reports from Gamespot, Its head tracking feature simulates depth and positional awareness while the player is in a virtual environment. VRs are not what others thought of it to be. VRs are thought to be an integration of Wii motion controls a 3DTVs, however, this is not the true comparison.
According to Game Rant, VRs can give the player an experience within a virtual environment. It makes the players feel like they have been transported into another realm. VR enthusiasts call this sensation as a feeling of "presence". For example, Sony's London Heist VR can make its players feel as if they have driven down the freeway while riding a getaway vehicle.
The PlayStation VR includes with it a headset, some connector cables, stereo headphones, a breakout box which contains an HDMI splitter, as well as a demo disc which contains all free PlayStation VR demos. Move controllers are also available as an enhancement, yet this is not highly recommended since it hinders the sense of immersion and feeling of presence. The PlayStation VR has a single 5.7-inch 1920x1080p OLED display. It has a 100-degree field of view, and a 120Hz refresh rate panel.