March 23, 2014 by Samantha Lienhard - Leave a comment
In a recent interview with Sony’s Anton Mikhailov, Eurogamer learned some new details about Project Morpheus. They discussed technical details, comparisons to and competition with the Oculus Rift, and many other points, but one of the most interesting subjects was the possibility of Morpheus being used for non-gaming and non-PlayStation projects.
Mikhailov said that they’ve been focused on how Project Morpheus will work with the PS4, but “it’s not so alien to have non-game apps on your PlayStation.” He finished by saying, “And who knows, in the future there might be other platforms.”
It comes as little surprise that non-gaming apps may make use of Project Morpheus. After all, NASA has already shown interest in Sony’s VR technology. We do have to wonder, though, what sorts of “other platforms” it might eventually come to. Check out the full interview and share your thoughts and speculation in the comments.Tags: project morpheus, ps4, vr