Sony to host 'Overview of PS4 for Developers' at GDC 2013

Sony Computer Entertainment America is set to host a presentation titled "Overview of PS4 for Developers" at the 2013 Game Developers Conference 2013.

The session brief states: "This presentation will discuss the technology from a development standpoint as well as from the design side."

Speakers aren't specified on the brief, only a sweeping "Sony Presenters" is offered. The session is scheduled for March 27 from 11:00am to 12:00pm, Room 2002, West Hall.

Oculus VR chief software architect, Micheal Antonov, and VP product, Nate Mitchell, will present "Running the VR Gauntlet — VR Ready, Are You?" at GDC. The Oculus VR co-founders will run over what developers need to know about supporting the virtual reality system, the Oculus Rift. The pair will share what they have learned from building the new platform and how to tackle major technical hurdles related with "with truly immersive virtual reality."

The presentation blurb reads: "...Creating a great VR game is surprisingly challenging. Developers have to carefully consider latency, user input, rendering performance, UI design, and overall user experience."

The presentation is slated for March 27, from 2:00pm to 3:00pm, Room 302, South Hall.

GDC 2013 takes place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco and runs from March 25-29, 2013. Polygon will be attending GDC to report on news live from the conference.

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