Playstation 4 Possibly in 3D?

Playstation 3D Glasses
Playstation 3D Glasses

Not known for sure, but it’s most likely a possibility. Back in the days, it would be red and blue thin paper glasses, and those would be your 3D glasses. But today, Sony has taken it a step further now suggesting polarized lenses or T.V displays that can do the same effect without requiring you to wear anything. At CES 2009, Sony has had several demos running in 3D such as WipEout HD, Gran Turismo 5 Prologue and MotorStorm: Pacific Rift.

However, these games were just tech demos and full releases aren’t actually planned.  But from what I’ve seen, the 3D technology makes everything “pop” out. Giving it that extra look in dimension. Makes the textures more crisp, everything more cinematic like, and letting some things “Fly off the screen”. While this technology probably won’t be used for the Playstation 3, incorporating this technology with the successor, Playstation 4, would be a smart move.

That would be an innovational move, like how Nintendo used motion controls on the Wii. This would make the gaming experience on the PS4 more engaging, maybe having debris or leaves fly out the screen, or maybe something even more epic then that. I don’t know what, but using this technology right can truly make gaming something to remember in the future.  But the question is, will Sony be able to use this technology while keeping their next system down at a reasonable price?

Video can be seen here.

3 thoughts on “Playstation 4 Possibly in 3D?

  1. Why couldn’t they use it on the PS3, they have already shown it’s possible. The only thing they need to do is finalize specs so developers can use them in making games.

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