Leaked Patent Suggests PS5 Controller Could Possibly Read Your Heart and Sweat Rate


When it comes to what we can expect from PlayStation 5, Sony has put a tight bound on information related to that. However, we have some information that made their way out of the high security. From the last few months, we have been going through different designs and concepts related to PS5. And now, we have our hands on the freshly prepared patent for the new controller that gives us an idea of what we can expect with the PS5 controller.

The patent refers to the controller’s use of “biofeedback information to select between one or more options presented in a piece of content without the user having to provide further input,” as a means of monitoring player response. In normal words, the controller is designed to monitor both your sweat and heart rate while you play games to provide an immersive gaming experience.

“There is a desire in computer gaming to provide an immersive and highly interactive experience for players, so as to enhance the enjoyment of the player,” reads the patent description. “This has become of particular interest with the increasing availability of head-mounted displays.”

As of now, we only have an idea of these details. Still, the price and availability of PS5 console is still a mystery for us which will be disclosed in the coming months. 

Well, as for the credibility of this patent, just like most of the patent designs, there is no guarantee that the patent will turn out to be real. However, the fact that your controller could be monitoring your ‘biofeedback’ is a pretty exciting development.

With Microsoft also set to release its new Xbox Series X this year, Sony is pushing its development to the best to release the PS5 console before the Xbox release.

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