Category PS4 News       Thread starter PSXHAX       Start date Oct 12, 2016 at 1:37 AM       3,521       2            
As PS VR Titles join PlayStation Store this week with the release of PlayStation VR tomorrow, Sony President Shuhei Yoshida shared a PlayStation VR headset teardown video today performed by engineer Takamasa Araki! :extremelyhappy:

To quote from "In this video, we see Sony Interactive Entertainment mechanical design director Takamasa Araki disassemble the VR headset screw by screw, laying its innards bare.

There’s not much detail about the system’s specs—the 5.7-inch OLED display, say, or the Sixaxis motion sensors embedded in the headset that help a Playstation Camera track it in space—or the external processor unit that helps mirror your VR experience on the TV (or allows non-VR players to play alongside the PSVR wearer)."

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I'll wait until it comes down to less than the cost of a PS4, hell... 1/4 the cost of a PlayStation 4 even :closedtongue:
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