"It's been nearly two years since John Carmack invited us into a room at E3 to show us Doom 3 running on prototype virtual reality hardware, but it was the insanely successful Oculus Rift Kickstarter that really suggested that the ancient VR concept might finally be ready to deliver on its promise. (Carmack clearly felt it was - he left id Software last year to join Oculus full-time.)
At the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco this week, Sony got in on the act, unveiling Project Morpheus, a PlayStation 4 head-mounted display that works with PlayStation Move and the PlayStation Camera to do many of the things Oculus has been celebrated for since those Kickstarted dev kits first started making their way out into the world. The results are already impressive, and Sony has obviously been working on it for a while. To learn more, we sat down with Sony R&D wizard Anton Mikhailov."