We are back with some hot PSVR 2 porn news in this week. This time it’s all PlayStation 5 related. Those who have been waiting eagerly for any news on the next PS iteration, you’re going to be elated. Sony recently applied for a patent at the United States Patent and Trademark Office on April 18. This application, along with prior confirmed news and patents, sheds light on the next PS 5 and the next generation PSVR 2 porn headset. Here’s the original news that appeared on Inverse.

New Wireless PSVR 2 Porn Headset

The latest patent application reveals that the new PSVR 2 porn headset might be going tether-less. But it’s not the console that going to be wireless, rather the VR headset that’ll accompany the PS 5. That’s right! Sony is now coming up with a new tetherless PSVR that will also allow those with spectacles to enjoy the world of VR (as per prior confirmed reports).

However, that’s not all the news. New batch of leaks from an anonymous game developer suggested that the PSVR 2 (as it is now being called, check out our PSVR porn guide) will be sold individually. It will be priced at around $250 and come with a host of features like 2560 x 1440 resolution, 220-degree FOV, 120Hz, eye-tracking, five hours of battery life and integrated headphones. All of this without any wires attached to the PS console (wireless playstation VR porn coming soon).

The patent also mentions how playstation console can encode the video data in 60 GHz frequency and beam it directly to the headset. This technology could be used to create a more immersive experience for users without having them tripping over wires. Here is an excerpt of the patent :

“A head-mounted display (HMD), comprising: a band for attachment to a head of a user; a wireless communication system including an antenna disposed on a top side of the band of the HMD, the antenna configured to receive an [radio frequency] signal from an [radio frequency] transmitter, the RF signal including video data that is encoded in a compressed format; wherein the wireless communication system includes a receiver configured to decode the [radio frequency] signal received through the antenna; a display configured to render the video data.”

The most recent patent deals with how data can be transferred across barriers. For the new encoding system to work, the headset needs to stay in the line-of-sight of the console. However, millimetre waves have the capability to transfer data at extremely fast speeds. Imagine wathcing playstation VR porn without any lags.

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) tested data transfer using 60 GHz frequency and found speeds of over 7 GB per second in a ten-meter radius. However, this would mean that PlayStation would need users to stay within 10 meters of the console or risk dropping the data transmission rates. However, there are certain aspects which can help them retain the data transmission rate even if the user runs into barriers. How and when these info are released to the public is yet to be seen. Sony will not be attending the June 11 E3 Gaming Industry trade show despite impending announcements from other big names.