Thursday, September 4, 2014
Sony Set To Unveil New AR Headset Device At Tokyo Game Show

Sony Set To Unveil New AR Headset Device At Tokyo Game Show

Sony Japan has slapped online a rather slick trailer for what appears to be an AR head-mounted device, with the texts translation pointing towards a Tokyo Game Show reveal later this month. Video’s inside.

Spotted by NeoGAF user onQ123, and translated by forum member, here’s what the description says:

People, how far immersive?
It experiments explore the possibility of new entertainment
“Institute immersive pleasure HMZ” head mounted display
Has been developed for the open experiment, models with head tracking system / live camera
Tokyo Game Show head-mounted display “PROTOTYPE-SR” Limited 2012 Specifications
※ jointly developed with RIKEN team Fujii
New 360 degree immersive entertainment sensation
World of the music of the movie world flew in to the real world

Experiments conducted public 9/22, 23
(Deadline September 13, 2012) in recruiting an experience

You will witness the future of entertainment

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  • nick

    $ony announced and showed this off last week.
    i really hope this is a very early prototype because if this is how its going to be once released its a MASSIVE disappointment!
    it looks exactly the same as the original except the camera.
    and the biggest design fault with the original is still there.
    most of the devices weight is at the front, resting on your forehead and nose.
    yea, few minutes and it starts to get seriously uncomfortable!
    everyones screaming IT NEEDS A ABOVE HEAD STRAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    but has $ony listened!?
    makes me wonder though if john carmack has seen this or even helping out on it.
    he says hes been in touch with $ony with the previous device and improvements he would like to see with it, id be really cool if $ony brought him in to help out.