Sony's virtual reality goggles will feature a 750-inch virtual screen

Sony has announced the HMZ-T3Q, a new pair of virtual reality goggles that will feature a virtual 750-inch video screen in the wearer’s vision. he HMZ-T3Q tracks your head movements and can pan the visual field, which make gaming more immersive. It is also capable of 7.1 virtual surround sound.

The Oculus Rift head-mounted display is a piece of technology that gets people excited about the future, but it’s still in the prototype phase. Sony has been making its own line of head-mounted 3D displays in recent years, and it has just announced a new model at CES that could give the Oculus a run for its money when it’s released. Sony’s HMZ-T3Q display can produce a virtual 750-inch video screen in the wearer’s vision.

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