Owners of the latest Oculus Rift DK2 development hardware might be interested to know that a new games emulator has been created called the PPSSPP VR. That enables Sony’s PlayStation Portable games to be played whilst wearing the Oculus Rift DK2 headset.
The new virtual reality emulator has been based on the older PPSSPP software now includes support for virtual reality. Check out the video below to see it in action.
The Road to VR website explains more :
PPSSPP VR re-renders PSP game geometry and not only adds true stereoscopic 3D to the game, but adds head tracking and pre-warping. All of which means that, when you stick your face into your Rift with PPSSPP VR running, you’re immersed in the game with the ability to glance about the gameworld in 3D and at a higher resolution than the original console version!
To download your version of the PPSSPP VR jump over to the Road to VR website via the link below.
Source: Road To VR
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