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PlayStation VR cinema mode works with PC, Xbox One and Wii U

Following up on Reddit posts highlighting some initial testing in Japan, we can confirm that PlayStation VR does indeed work as a personal viewer for PC, Mac, Wii U and Xbox One - indeed any HDMI source should work just fine. We tested this by setting up PSVR as normal, attaching the headset to the external processor and plugging that into the mains. The HDMI input on the rear of the box accepts a video signal from any HDMI source and PlayStation VR acts exactly like as it would when handling non-VR content from a standard PS4.
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