PS VR Bundle $499 includes Move and Camera plus Game

Feb 16, 2007
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I have a PS Camera + 1 move. I want the game, though. Provided PSVR + game + 1 move is cheaper than the bundle, I'll just buy a cheap used move. I saw one at Sofmap for, like, 15 bucks.
 

billm0066

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Oct 30, 2006
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Need to try this before I would consider buying it. Hopefully local stores will have a demo of it.

Might be a stupid question, but could this be used to watch a normal blu ray movie? Sony had that HMZ headset several years ago that you used to watch movies. If so can a ps4 push audio and video into two headsets?
 

K2D

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Just watched my second film in Cardboard VR, and it's tiring to keep adjusting the lenses. I think I'll have to demo PSVR as well, to make sure it's worth the price they're asking for it.

Edit: What I've been hearing is how amazed people are that everything, even the periherals view is so in focus. Alluding to much improved lenses. Which is a MUST have in VR.
 
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[QUOTE="K2D, post: 6506752]Just watched my second film in Cardboard VR, and it's tiring to keep adjusting the lenses. I think I'll have to demo PSVR as well, to make sure it's worth the price they're asking for it.

Edit: What I've been hearing is how amazed people are that everything, even the periherals view is so in focus. Alluding to much improved lenses. Which is a MUST have in VR.[/QUOTE]

Yeah. You can't compare real VR headsets to Cardboard. PSVR is an Elantra. Rift is like a Jag, and Vive is a Porsche. Cardboard is a Bicycle and Gear is a Vespa. Or a Pinto. That only accepts whale oil as fuel, but, I mean, it's still cheap.
 
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