Sony Will Talk About “Creating Unique Interactive Experiences with the PlayStation 4” at GDC 2014

on March 6, 2014 6:24 AM

The Game Developers Conference is approaching, scheduled between March 17th and March 21st in San Francisco, and the list of panels is being finalized. Sony Computer Entertainment will host a definitely interesting panel titled “Creating Unique Interactive Experiences with the PlayStation 4,”  with Senior Staff Developer Support Engineer Chris Norden.

Here’s the official blurb for the panel:

This presentation will explore the technical capabilities and new features of the PlayStation4’s new input devices. We will discuss the DualShock4 controller, PlayStationEye camera, PlayStationmove, PlayStation mobile app, and the new interactive services available during live gameplay streaming. All of these devices and services can be used together to create new interactive experiences that are easy to create and share with the PS4.

Attendees will leave the presentation with a better understanding of some of the new and exciting features that are available to developers to make their PS4 games stand out from the rest.

In addition to that, Sony will also host panels on The Future of Localization Testing.

This panel is particularly interesting in light of the rumors that allege that Sony will finally unveil its PS4 virtual reality headset at GDC. It would be the perfect venue for this kind of reveal.


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