I think we can all agree that watching things in 2D is so 2013. 2014 is the year of Sony's Project Morpheus, the year of the Facebook FaceGoggles, the year of 3D headsets. Yet because society is a slow, stupid beast and it will take years until 3D goggles are widely accepted, we'll have to settle for watching our videos on the old and antiquated Youtubes for the time being. For now, we'll have to settle with watching Sony's Project Morpheus GDC presentation in 2D.
The presentation starts off with Sony Computer Entertainment's president Shuhei Yoshida unveiling the Project Morpheus headset itself. That's then followed by presentations with two different research and development employees at Sony to discuss and sow off the new tech. The entire presentation is ended with a question and answer session with all three presenters. All in all it's almost an hour of 3D headset discussion -- more than enough to push Oculus to sell to the highest bidder ASAP.
Sony's Project Morpheus is still in the prototype stage and there's no planned release window, though some games have begun discussing support. The first of which is Project Cars from Slightly Mad Studios. Yes, a third party studio and not a first party title was the first to commit. Also shown at GDC was Eidos Montreal's Thief. Both big games for a piece of hardware most developers had never heard of prior to GDC.