PSVR?WIIU???????????????????#PSVR pic.twitter.com/RL3fyZT5oq — ????? (@chirnoice) October 13, 2016
It's not really a big shocker, but still neat to point out. The way the PSVR is setup, you can plug in pretty much any HDMI device and get the cinematic display on the headset. You won't get any head-tracking or anything like that, but you do get a personal viewing screen! Now you can play Wii U games in complete secrecy.
Sony isn’t marketing their venture into virtual reality as a productivity device. But that doesn’t mean the PSVR doesn’t work for other situations. More »
If you’ve got a shiny new PlayStation VR headset, or are thinking of getting one, here’s a cool little feature Sony didn’t really make a big deal of prior to release: it works as a basic head-mounted monitor on pretty much anything,...
No matter how big your TV might be, a movie theater screen will likely always be bigger. But with PlayStation VR you can simulate up to a 226-inch display using the headset's Cinematic Mode. Cinematic Mode, of course, is the feature...
It's not full VR, let's be clear upfront, but if you plug any HDMI source into the 'PS4 in' bit of PS VR's external processing box then you can display the signal in cinematic mode on Sony's headset