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Sony Announces The Playroom: AR Studio is Out Tonight on PS4


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6w ago - Sony Producer Nicolas Doucet announced today that The Playroom: AR Studio is out tonight on PS4 with details below.

To quote: Over at [Register or Login to view links], we've been hard at work on new DLC for The Playroom. We're proud to announce AR Studio will be launching later today on PS4 for the low, low price of free!

Using the PS4 Camera, The Playroom became a way for PS4 owners to broadcast live 'shows' through the Live From PlayStation app. This piece of DLC is entirely built around that central concept. With AR Studio, formerly known as Set Maker, you can use your tablet or smartphone (Android or iOS), to turn your living room into a broadcasting studio.

Fill your sets with images or photos stored on your smart device, or draw your sets from scratch. You can also add various special effects to the screen like interactive smoke and lasers using your DualShock 4 controller. You will need to download the PlayStation App for your smart device, which you can get for free on either the App Store or Google Play.





Since our first reveal at E3 In June, we made a few additions to make an even better experience:

• We added a ton of screen effects to make your video or broadcast more atmospheric, including Retro, Arty, Futuristic or Psychedelic effects. It's all there for you to experiment with. My favorite is the vintage effect.
• You can now also play your own MP3s by loading them on a USB memory stick, and we're also throwing in a whole bunch of pre-set music tracks and sound effects for you to use.
• We've improved the masks feature to include a few cool Sony classic heads for you to wear. Special thumbs up to the Helghast mask, popularized by Killzone, which hooks up to your DualShock 4 light bar. Totally awesome!
• Speaking of DualShock 4, we've added controller effects like interactive colored smoked and a confetti canon for live celebrations.
• Next, if you have recorded videos on your PS4, you will be able to play them back inside a dedicated projector. This is a really cool feature and great way for you to do live commentaries over your recorded game sessions and maybe even give out some advice to those watching you.
• Finally, we've included a rating system for your broadcasts. We called back on our little AR Bots friends to deliver the results of your live polls. By using the "Interact button", any PS4 viewers can join in and answer questions you ask them. It's a great opportunity to run all sorts of contests or even host your own quiz show.

So whether it's gaming, music, sports, cooking or just chilling, you can now make awesome shows right from your PS4 or just share a video on social networks or with friends and family.

AR Studio will hit PlayStation Store later tonight. Just download the add-on and it will automatically be added to The Playroom.

Let us know what you think as we are always listening to you! We hope you enjoy it, and we can't wait to see some of your AR Studio live broadcasts on Live From PlayStation.







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#1 - StanSmith - 6w ago
I had a play with it yesterday and its a lot more fun than I expected. You need the companion app for this to work so make sure you've downloaded it to your tablet or phone and its synced.

What I dont like is all the hidden trophies. How are we supposed to get them if we have absolutely no idea what they are?

I'm only missing 1 trophy from Playroom and I dont have a clue what it is so not sure what to do to get it.

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