Virtual Reality is at the forefront of everyone’s mind right now, so the companies who are working on VR headsets are all in a bit of a competition to see who can get their product into the hands of consumers first. The first company to get into the VR ring was Oculus. As we know, developer kits have been available for a while, but the Rift is still not available for consumer purchase yet. Sony is another big player in the virtual reality space with Project Morpheus, and they took some time at GDC 2015 to make a few announcements about their VR headset. Project Morpheus is evolving towards near-final hardware. One key change is the new 1920 x RGB x 1080 OLED display with a 120hz refresh rate — PlayStation (@PlayStation) March 3, 2015 Project Morpheus will be launching as a consumer product in the first half of 2016 – @yosp — PlayStation (@PlayStation) March 3, 2015 Clearly Sony has made some good progress on Project Morpheus over the last year. If they are planning to put it in the hands of the consumers in the next 12 months, they must be pretty confident about the whole package, hardware, design, and software. Are you interested in Project Morpheus or any of the other virtual reality headsets out there? Let us know in the comments!