PS5 Console, Controller, & 3D Glasses Sketch

A PS5 concept sketch design by the talented Danny Haymond Jr. These sketches show off a new design for the DualShock 5 and a design for PlayStation VR 2.0. The console has a slim design with a pad for displaying holographic images. The VR headset is a much slimmer design than the one we have now. From the looks of it, it’s also wireless. While this type of technology is possible, it’s likely we won’t see a wireless VR headset until after the launch of the PS5. Do you think the next generation console will look like this? Show Danny some love and share with your friends. See the full PS5 Design here

PS5 Console and Controller by David Hanson

Amazing new PS5 design by David Hanson.This design showcases a potential DualShock 5 controller in the picture as well. The hexagonal lighting on the system would be a departure from the more subdued lighting that we’re used to seeing, but it looks striking in this concept design. Do you think the PS5 should have a design that departs drastically from what we’re used to, or should Sony stick to what works? What about the controllers, should they receive an overhaul? Let us know in the comments below! See all the renders of this PS5 Design here

Levitating PS5 Console with Touch Screen Dualshock 5 Controller

Our first image here highlights the unique design that a cloud-based platform offers.As you can see, there’s no disc drive or any bulky box-like shape to store hardware. Everything is streamed through the device which, as you can see, is both small and stylish. Some of the exciting technology this type of design could utilize includes quantum random access memory (or QRAM), and wireless fiber optic technology which is a far cry from your average Wi-Fi connection. The speeds on offer here will ensure that downloads and streaming happen seamlessly. Dynamic Haptic Sensitive Controller – Dualshock 5 Next up we have a look at an exciting concept for the PS5 controller. While the previous DualShock 4 is quite comfortable, the focus here with the Dualshock 5 will be on the ultimate ergonomic controller experience. In addition, the touchpad is switched out for a touchscreen. Developers will be able to use the touchscreen to display everything from radar, to health, to other creative concepts. Developers have already found interesting ways to use the DualShock 4’s touchpad and light bar, so imagine that kind of innovation on a touchscreen with the capabilities that offers. Dualshock 5 Features The touch screen on the controller will be seamlessly integrated into the design of it, so they won’t need to modify the controller to accommodate it (looking at you Sega Dreamcast). The touchscreen will also incorporate contextual buttons that can utilized by developers to add another layer of interaction. DualShock 4 controllers have the benefit of rechargeable batteries, but the PS5 controller will take this to the next level. With options for Wireless charging and induction charging on a pad, you’ll be able to quickly and easily recharge the controller when it gets low. Additional Dualshock 5 Features Additional options we can expect to see will be influenced by Microsoft’s push for elite controllers that have a lot of customization options. For example, the sensitivity of the triggers and buttons will be adjustable in some sort of app on the PS5. Furthermore, the analog sticks will have an adjustable height to them for added precision. In addition, there will be adjustment options for the D-pad. The standard shape will be there, along with an option to give the directions an angled shape for better ergonomics. PS5 Gaming Console As you can see from the image, the PS5 console seems as if it’s floating. This is possible through quantum levitation which is something we’ve done today with various objects. The blue lights across the sphere will also act as spatial sensors that can be used with PlayStation VR to analyze your placement in the room. The color of the sphere’s lights will also indicate different things like updates, patches, and messages. While the voice integration of the PlayStation Camera was fairly simple, the PS5 will be able to understand more complex phrases and commands as well. Watch the video: What do you think of these designs? What technology would you like to see in the PS5? … Read More

DualSense – DualShock 5 – PS5 Controller

Our goal with DualSense is to give gamers the feeling of being transported into the game world as soon as they open the box. We want gamers to feel like the controller is an extension of themselves when they’re playing – so much so that they forget that it’s even in their hands! Key features of the PS5 DualSense Haptic Feedback – Adds a variety of powerful sensations you’ll feel when you play, such as the slow grittiness of driving a car through mud. Gran Turismo 7 Players will actually be able to feel anti-lock brakes with the DualSense controller. (source) Aadaptive Triggers for the the L2 and R2 buttons of DualSense so you can truly feel the tension of your actions, like when drawing a bow to shoot an arrow. Strong battery life for DualSense’s rechargeable battery. Lighter Weight There is no longer a “Share” button. Replaced with “Create” button feature Built-in microphone array, which will enable players to easily chat with friends with or without a headset Two-toned color design Changed the position of the light bar that will give it an extra pop. On DualShock 4, it sat on the top of the controller; now it sits at each side of the touch pad, giving it a slightly larger look and feel. went through several concepts and hundreds of mockups over the last few years before we settled on this final design. DualSense has been tested by a wide range of gamers with a variety of hand sizes, in order for us to achieve the comfort level we wanted, with great ergonomics. Credits to @BlindArchangel for making the pics even clearer! X,□, ∆, O#PS5 #PlayStation5 pic.twitter.com/Z2FU4IPpoQ — Johnny Silverhand #BullshitMafia (@AblazaLuis) June 13, 2020 Cool Concept Video of the “DualShock 5” With the PlayStation 4’s end on the horizon the focus is shifting to the PS5. With a new console generation upon us, it’s enough to make a person wonder exactly what the next controller will be like. We recently saw our first details on some of the new features we can expect, but let’s see what is confirmed and spend a little time imagining the possibilities while we wait. The First DualSense Controller Details Surface In November of 2019, we had not one but two new patents surface regarding controllers. While one of them (detailed below) is pretty much what we expected, this latest one is a head-scratcher. Take a look: Once again, LetsGoDigital has come through with a breakdown of the patent from Sony. Don’t be terrified by the look of the design here, the consensus is that this patent is more about the technology they could put into their future controllers than the actually look and feel of them. The patent discusses an ability to connect to multiple devices via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, along with the ability to transfer data across these connections. The presence of a screen also hints at some sort of portability or remote play angle. Additionally, the patent goes into … Read More