Another great PS5 controller (Dualshock 5) design by Julien Kervarrec! julienkervarrec.wordpress.com/2017/11/13/ps5-controller/
Great PS5 controller (Dualshock 5) design by Julien Kervarrec! julienkervarrec.wordpress.com/2017/11/13/ps5-controller/
A Playstation 5 concept design by the talented David Hansson. These designs go for a contrast between black and white on the controller. The two-tone design works really well for these next generation controllers. The controllers here are a little more elongated than the design we currently have, but the general shape remains the same. Sony is already hard at work on the next gaming console generation. What do you think it will look like? Show David some love and share with your friends so others can check out his work!
PS5 controller concepts by David Hansson. These DualShock 5 designs resemble the current controller, but they have some excellent new additions that could make your experiences feel more immersive. In the first picture, we can see the lights around the edge of the analog sticks. The second set of images offers a glimpse into a controller with a display across the surface. Imagine if the controller could change its color or texture to match the world of your game? Say you’re playing Destiny. The controller could display glowing lines across the seams or light up when your special is ready to be used. If you’re playing a game like Fallout, the screen could make the controller look like an old and rusted piece of metal on the surface. What do you think the next generation controller / Dualshock 5 will look like, and what features would you like to see on it?
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
Beautiful PS5 renders by popular game console design artist Danny Haymond. These designs showcase a more subdued approach that resembles the PS4 slim design. The polished finish could potentially be a magnet for fingerprints, but I’ve preferred this finish over a matte finish. The DualShock 5 in these designs adopts a rounded screen in the center that could also double as a touch pad. A high-quality touch screen in the center of the controller could open up a lot of potential game mechanics such as health bars, maps, and plenty more. See the full PS5 Design here
Kevin Tan has taken it next level with these forward thinking concepts. With the success of the Nintendo Switch, portability is on the rise. These designs showcase potential layouts for a PS5 that goes with you. The slim design looks similar to cutting edge televisions that are paper thin. The transform design is far more simplistic and open than you would probably expect, but there’s no denying the futuristic look that it provides. The exposed disc is really stylish, but it would also leave it vulnerable to the elements. What do you think about these designs? Which would you like to see a final render on? View PS5 Transform Concept View PS5 Slim Concept
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
This PS5 design Incorporates the benefits of hi-fiber networking for non-local processing power, rt-superconductors and haptic holographic technology to deliver an exclusive gaming encounter. This kind of stuff may sound like science fiction, but it’s not outside the realm of possibility. A company called Looking Glass has already been working on holographic displays. They are joined by another recent contender called Holovect which launched their product on Kickstarter. Their focus is currently on “volumetric vector images.” The difference right now, is that Looking Glass creates images within a box, while Holovect creates free-floating images in the air. While these don’t represent the kind of holograms shown in these concept images, they are the beginnings of technology like this. View the full PS5 design here
PS5 Sphere Design and DualShock 5 controller. This would be a much smaller design that prior consoles. The levitation could be done with magnetic fields or even quantum locking. A console this small would most likely be digital as there’s no room for a disc. This design would work well for a cloud-based console. Games would be streamed directly to it, making the PS5 a sleek and simple console. Add some sort of portability and it would give the Switch a run for its money! The major obstacles here would be a steady internet connection that can support cloud streaming. Any drop in the connection would cause the game to run poorly or exhibit lag in the controls. This would be annoying for single player, but it would absolutely ruin multiplayer gaming as it would cause an uneven playing field. View the full PS5 design here