The Big Picture: Sony's PlayStation VR (PSVR) did not really please players, but to be honest, no VR platform has yet been developed. That does not mean that Sony is ready to throw the VR towel. On the contrary, the company expects PSVR to have room for growth as technology evolves.
Shawn Layden, Vice President and COO of Sony Network Entertainment International, said in an interview with Game Informer recently that the next 10 years of PSVR's development would be "dramatic." He compared the development of the platform with the introduction of smartphones. They were expensive and did not necessarily do everything the user wanted from the beginning, but eventually they became mainstream.
His feeling meets almost every technology introduced. Granted, there were some flops that went nowhere, but from devices that are now in the fourth or fifth generation or higher, the ground they were on was huge.
"You can not get to 5.0 on 5.0. It's just the nature of things."
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"What I like about PSVR, there have only been a few times in my career – and I've been working in technology since the late '80s." If you are part of a truly 1.0 experience, "he said." The problem nowadays is that people's expectations and the span of [attention] are so short. Now it says "Oh! PSVR, that's great! When will it be this size?" "
Layden suggests remembering your first cellphone, then look at what you have now.  "You can not see the Nokia phone and look at your smartphone and see how you got there," he said. "For the same reason, look at the PSVR now. None of us will be able to imagine what he will look like in 10 years, but the change will be so dramatic. "