According to Wccftech reports, Sony announced the new PlayStation 5 DualSense controller, the new controller built-in microphone array, users can chat without using headphones, and a previous public patent shows that DualSense built-in microphone array can recognize player voice and filter background noise.
We previously reported that Sony’s PlayStation 5 controller DualSense was announced, with a major change in appearance and the addition of Haptic feedback and a built-in microphone array, “enabling players to easily chat with friends without headphones. Very suitable for quick communication “.
SegmentNext found that just one day before the announcement of the new controller, the US Patent and Trademark Office published a patent filed in February.
The patent states that DualSense contains a “linear” array of at least three built-in microphones.
They work together to identify and isolate users from ambient sounds by using different sensors and tracking methods, especially when each microphone captures sound. After analysis, the microphone array can eliminate the sound produced by a certain area in the environment.
The patent also shows that DualSense has the ability to eliminate crosstalk when multiple handles are in the same environment. The built-in microphone is designed to balance audio levels so that you can focus on your users.