GDC 2013 adds PS4, HTML5, Project SHIELD and Oculus Rift talks

GDC 2013 organizers have added new vendor sessions for PS4, HTML5, Project SHIELD and Oculus Rift to the event schedule.

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classic2001631d ago

PS4 and oculus rift gets all my attention.

GalacticEmpire1631d ago

I hope they are compatible, that would be awesome.

jay21631d ago

MS need to wake up! PS4, PS3, 360 next xbox, will U, Wii rhis time next yr.

Plagasx1631d ago

Dafuq did you just say?

OlgerO1631d ago

"Sony will present a session titled: ‘Overview of PS4 for Developers’. Oculus Rift’s Michael Antonov and Nate Mitchell will present a session titled ‘Running the VR Gauntlet – VR Ready, Are You?’."

sounds good to me, some more info on this machine from the gods

classic2001631d ago

lol I just hope sony allow oculus rift to work with the PS4 for first person games.

hesido1631d ago

I sure hope so. But Oculus Rift needs extemely low latency to work properly so games that support Oculus Rift have to be designed with that in mind, I don't think it will be plug and play.

Pandamobile1631d ago

It probably won't make its way to consoles til 2015 or 2016. It still hasn't reached the PC market yet. It'll take a few extra years before it's ready for consoles.

Arai1631d ago

Sony has their own "Oculus Rift" technology.
You can see/buy it from their website --> 800 USD I believe.

In other words they don't need Oculus Rift.

Letros1631d ago (Edited 1631d ago )


Oculus Rift was made because "VR" sets from Sony and many others are overpriced crap.

hesido1631d ago

@Ambrosia: If you are talking about HMZ-T2, that is not motion tracking. It is not a VR headset. Oculus Rift lets you look around 3d world, HMZ-T2 is a compact 3d headset.

They do compete in a sense, however, and Sony may not want Oculus Rift on PS4, unfortunately.

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CapsLocke1631d ago

Oculus Rift all the way. Screw P$4.