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Sony Playstation VR With Camera


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  • Games Come First – With gamers in mind, PlayStation delivers a new world of unexpected gaming experiences through PlayStation VR
  • Just Plug and Play – Getting into PlayStation VR couldn’t be easier; Just plug the PlayStation VR headset
  • Advanced VR Display – Seamless visuals keep you connected to the virtual world through an expansive 5.7” OLED 1080p display running at up to 120 frames per second
  • 3D Audio Technology – 3D Audio with PlayStation VR means that you’ll be able to pinpoint sounds above, below and all around you

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ModelPs4 VR with Camera  and VR World Game(CUH-ZVR2)
Product Weight2 kg
Product Length35.5 cm
Product Height26.5 cm
Product Width/Depth21 cm
Set IncludesPlayStation VR Headset, Processor Unit, PlayStation VR Headset Connection Cable, HDMI Cable, USB Cable, Stereo Headphones, AC Power Cord, AC Adaptor, PlayStation VR Demo Disc and Camera
Display MethodOLED Display
Panel Size5.7-Inch
Panel Resolution1920 × RGB × 1080
Refresh Rate120Hz and 90 Hz

Broadcast yourself in play with PlayStation Camera. Become a community sensation by adding a picture-in-picture video of yourself in gameplay livestreams. Create and share narrated game walkthroughs in HD video and voice chat through four built-in microphones. Enjoy stunning new levels of immersion as the 3D depth-sensing camera and DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller’s light bar track player movements through space. Log in instantly with facial recognition and navigate PS4 system menu hands-free with voice inputs.

PlayStation Camera combines with PlayStation VR to transport you to unexplored virtual worlds full of possibilities. 3D depth-sensing technology accurately tracks your body as well as DUALSHOCK 4 and PlayStation Move controllers to provide an intuitive and extraordinary gaming experience.

Facial recognition automatically logs you in, and voice commands let you navigate your PS4 hands-free. Personalize and share your gameplay livestreams with picture in picture video. Narrate your game walkthroughs featuring HD video and voice chat via four built-in microphones.

Camera configuration

  1. Place the PS Camera about 1.4m (4’7”) high and about 2m (6’) away from where you will be sitting or standing.
  2. Your TV will show an image of what the PS Camera can see. Angle it to make sure it’s not picking up the surface it’s on.
  3. Position yourself where you will be playing VR, in the centre of the screen while you’re holding your DualShock 4 controller (DS4), PlayStation Aim, or PS Move controllers. This is important to make sure the PS Camera can place controllers in the right spot in the VR environment.
  4. If you and the controllers were not in the centre of the screen when you hit ‘Continue’ or if more than one person was in the Play Area, you may need to repeat step 3.
  5. If you’re still having problems adjusting the camera this could be because the room lighting is too bright. Find out how to set up your room for the best experience and try again.

To reconfigure the PS Camera go to [Settings] > [Devices] > [PlayStation VR] > [Adjust PS Camera] on your PS4.

Headset configuration

  1. Switch the headset on using the power button (J) on the underside of the headset scope.
  2. If you are using the stereo in-ear headphones, plug them into the stereo headphone jack (H) and connect the headphone attachment to the headphone attachment hole (I).
  3. Remove the plastic lens protectors before putting the headset on for the first time.
  4. Hold the headset by the top of the headband (A), press the headband release button (E) and pull the front section forward.
  5. Place the headset on your head and release the headband release button.
  6. Tighten the headband using the adjustment dial (D) just enough to stop movement, but not so far that it feels too tight.
  7. Adjust the scope position by carefully holding it around the edges and wiggling it until it’s comfortable and the image is as clear as possible.
  8. You can now put in your stereo headphones. If you are using over-ear headphones with a headband, put them on (making sure that left and right go on the correct ears) and plug them into the stereo headphone jack (H). You can adjust the volume using the buttons (N & P) on the underside of the headset scope. Please note that Bluetooth earbuds and headphones are not compatible with PS VR – you must use wired earbuds or headphones.
  9. To remove the headset, press the headband release button (E) and re-extend the head band (A).
  10. Lift the headset by the head band.

You can wear the VR headset over your glasses but take care when adjusting the scope.  Having your glasses touch the lens could result in damage to your glasses, VR headset lens or both. Do not push in or pull out the scope excessively.

Wearing glasses with PS VR

If you notice that PS VR environments are unclear or fuzzy while you’re wearing your glasses, try taking them off and readjust the scope position before you start play. Try playing with and without your glasses to find out what works best for you.

Getting connected

  1. Connect an existing HDMI cable between your TV and the HDMI (TV) port of your Processor Unit.
  1. Connect the PlayStation Camera to your PS4. The ideal height to place it is 1.4m (4’7”) from the floor. You can find out more about setting up PlayStation Camera here.
  1. Connect the HDMI cable (1) between your PS4 and the HDMI (PS4) port on the Processor Unit.
  1. Connect the USB cable (2) between the front of your PS4 and the rear of the Processor Unit.
  1. Connect the AC power cord into the AC adapter, and plug the adapter cable (3) into the rear of the Processor Unit. Now safely plug the power cord into an electricity supply.
  1. Connect the PlayStation VR headset cable (4) into the Processor Unit matching the symbols displayed.
  1. You can now connect your stereo headphones into the PlayStation VR headset.
  1. Switch on your TV and power up your PS4 by holding down the PS button on the DUALSHOCK 4 controller.
  2. Press the power button (A) located on the underside of the PlayStation VR headset scope. When the headset is turned on, the tracking lights on the rear will glow blue (B).
  1. You’re now ready to begin the headset configuration. Follow the on-screen instructions for the best results, but you can also follow the steps below.
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