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Sony’s Project Morpheus in pictures and in action

Sony revealed its Oculus Rift competitor, the PlayStation 4-exclusive VR headset, Project Morpheus (a codename), at the 2014 Game Developer’s Conference, and it’s a nifty piece of tech. It works similarly to Oculus VR’s hardware, though it’s got the advantage of supporting the motion-sensing Move controllers that Sony released midway through the PlayStation 3’s life. It also makes you look like a member of Daft Punk when you wear it, which inherently makes it cool.

We’ve got no sense of when the headset will be released or how much it will cost, but it appears to be far along in its development. It’s a safe bet that you won’t be able to get one by the time holiday 2014 rolls around (you never know, of course), but sometime in 2015 seems like a distinct possibility.

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