The patent is about a method for viewing stereo panoramas while the user's head is tilted. The problem is that stereo panoramas are created with both cameras level. Tilt your head and the images no longer have the correct separation and go out of alignment (not something that happens with games/apps, just photographic panoramas). Sony apparently have a method of generating correct images for tilted heads (probably calculate depth from the stereo images then reproject).
As I said, this is all about panorama viewing. It will do nothing for reducing disorientation in games and definitely won't "greatly improve the console’s ability to output high resolution VR graphics at smooth frame rates".
Sony need to first replace the 10 year old motion plus controller that they used as a band aid for the PSVR, they were garbage motion controllers when first released and are still the same in Vr today with the PSVR, i don't even charge them anymore, just use the PSVR as a sit sim for Dirt rally, Wipeout and Driveclub vR, a game Sony should have been put up against a wall and shot for closing Evolution studio, Driveclub VR is not only great, but if they had allowed them to patch it for the Pro, the game would have been the go to vr driving game to sell the PSVR and the Pro.Ok, rant over.
Knowing Sony they will still use the 10 year old move controllers and single camera. The PSVR is great, but they ruined it by cheaping out on the tracking and controllers, the two most important things imo.
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