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With each new day, ideas in the world of technology are increasingly becoming a reality, and now virtual reality is a reality. In 2015, the ability to play games and interact with the world will be possible through virtual reality headsets thanks to the upcoming Project Morpheus and Oculus Rift. These two products developed by Sony and Facebook respectively, are competing against each other to be the most cost efficient and innovative virtual reality device.

Project Morpheus will be a virtual reality headset that creates a 3D experience with 90 degree field of view, the perimeter of the headset tracks your body movements for movement precision. The headset utilizes the Playstation Move controllers in the experience to do an unlimited amount of actions.

Sony is developing Project Morpheus to work with the PS4 and to provide a more interactive gaming experience.

decreasing sales in all divisions except gaming, which is their biggest and most successful division. Project Morpheus was a lot of potential and has been in development for over 3 years. The future of Project Morpheus depends on its success compared to its competitor, the Oculus Rift.

The Oculus Rift displays two images side by side, and one image goes in one eye and the other image in the other eye. There are also sensors around the goggles that track the movements of the head to adjust the image.

The Oculus Rift was initially being developed by Oculus VR, until the product was bought in March 2014 in a $2 Billion deal with Facebook. Users do worry that Facebook’s acquisition of Oculus Rift will change the product into a virtual communication gadget from a gaming product. Even the creator of Minecraft dropped his support for the product after the Facebook buy out.

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, wrote “We’re going to focus on helping Oculus build out their product and develop partnerships to support more games. Oculus will continue to operate independently within Facebook to achieve this”, in attempt to reassure that the intent and purpose of Oculus Rift has not changed.

The Facebook acquisition allows Oculus Rift to be produced at a larger budget and lower consumer price because of Facebook’s successful empire.

Many who have tried both product prototypes say that the two are extremely similar and differ in small details that will probably change with the final consumer product. With Sony making Project Morpheus to support only the PS4, Sony may be limiting their business potential. Sony’s competitor, Facebook is similar since the Oculus Rift is being made to support Windows, Mac, and Linux.

Pricewise, neither has announced a projected price for the virtual reality head-mounted displays. Sony has said that the product will be less than $1000, and Oculus VR (Oculus Rift’s developer) was recently selling developer prototypes for $350.

More than anything the future of technology looks bright and the implementation of virtual reality confirms that anything is possible.

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Sony and Facebook set to fight over virtual-reality

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With each new day, ideas in the world of technology are increasingly becoming a reality, and now virtual reality is a reality. In 2015, the ability to play games and interact with the world will be possible through virtual reality headsets thanks to the upcoming Project Morpheus and Oculus Rift. These two products developed by Sony and Facebook respectively, are competing against each other to be the most cost efficient and innovative virtual reality device.

Project Morpheus will be a virtual reality headset that creates a 3D experience with 90 degree field of view, the perimeter of the headset tracks your body movements for movement precision. The headset utilizes the Playstation Move controllers in the experience to do an unlimited amount of actions.

Sony is developing Project Morpheus to work with the PS4 and to provide a more interactive gaming experience.

decreasing sales in all divisions except gaming, which is their biggest and most successful division. Project Morpheus was a lot of potential and has been in development for over 3 years. The future of Project Morpheus depends on its success compared to its competitor, the Oculus Rift.

The Oculus Rift displays two images side by side, and one image goes in one eye and the other image in the other eye. There are also sensors around the goggles that track the movements of the head to adjust the image.

The Oculus Rift was initially being developed by Oculus VR, until the product was bought in March 2014 in a $2 Billion deal with Facebook. Users do worry that Facebook’s acquisition of Oculus Rift will change the product into a virtual communication gadget from a gaming product. Even the creator of Minecraft dropped his support for the product after the Facebook buy out.

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, wrote “We’re going to focus on helping Oculus build out their product and develop partnerships to support more games. Oculus will continue to operate independently within Facebook to achieve this”, in attempt to reassure that the intent and purpose of Oculus Rift has not changed.

The Facebook acquisition allows Oculus Rift to be produced at a larger budget and lower consumer price because of Facebook’s successful empire.

Many who have tried both product prototypes say that the two are extremely similar and differ in small details that will probably change with the final consumer product. With Sony making Project Morpheus to support only the PS4, Sony may be limiting their business potential. Sony’s competitor, Facebook is similar since the Oculus Rift is being made to support Windows, Mac, and Linux.

Pricewise, neither has announced a projected price for the virtual reality head-mounted displays. Sony has said that the product will be less than $1000, and Oculus VR (Oculus Rift’s developer) was recently selling developer prototypes for $350.

More than anything the future of technology looks bright and the implementation of virtual reality confirms that anything is possible.

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