Unlike the Oculus Quest 2 and a number of other VR headsets, the PlayStation VR2 is positioned as a device that works exclusively with the PS5 game console.
In fact, everything is not quite so. So, YouTube blogger "Tyriel Wood - VR Tech" demonstrated that the device can be connected to a computer and used as an additional monitor.
To do this, he used a video card with a USB Type-C connector and a VirtualLink interface. If the video card does not have such a connector, you can use a special adapter.
The blogger successfully connected the PlayStation headsetVR2 to an NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti graphics card and the headset worked in virtual screen mode in Cinematic mode. The headset ran at a refresh rate of 120Hz, and Windows recognized her microphone and headphones.
However, it should be noted that the functionalitydevices in Windows has been limited. For example, the virtual screen did not follow the movements of the user's head, and the headset itself displayed a picture with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels instead of the standard 2000 × 2040.