PlayStation VR 2 Teardown Reveals Advanced Design Forward of Launch
With one week to go earlier than the PlayStation VR 2’s Feb. 22 launch, Sony gave us a have a look at the $550 PS5 headset and its Sense controller’s inner parts in a pair of teardown movies.
The primary sees Takamasa Araki, head of PlayStation’s mechanical design crew, easily pulling the PS VR 2 headset aside utilizing his fingers, a screwdriver and tweezers. He discusses every ingredient intimately, although a few of the most satisfying are seeing the dinky little fan that is designed to cease you from turning right into a sweaty mess as you play, and the mechanics of the lens adjustment dial.
Araki additionally reveals how the system tracks your eye actions; every lens has an infrared LED working with an IR digital camera that captures its gentle.
The second video follows Takeshi Igarashi from the peripheral design crew as he dissects the PS VR2 Sense controller. He highlights how finger-touch detection allows gamers to make extra pure hand gestures as they play, together with the haptic suggestions and adaptive triggers that mirror the DualSense wi-fi controller.
Sony warns us not strive these teardowns at residence, since doing so invalidates the system’s guarantee.