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Google hires Sony playstation veteran amid rumored ‘Yeti’ gaming streaming carrier

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virtual truth and gaming are two areas of lively interest for Google with the previous served by Daydream, while the business is reportedly engaged on a streaming service codenamed "Yeti." a significant employ from Sony's playstation division today might bolster both efforts.
in accordance with VentureBeat today, Google has employed Richard Marks from Sony after an extended 19 12 months career on the eastern business. A "analysis Fellow" and Head of the playstation Magic Lab, Marks contributed to quite a lot of gaming hardware, beginning with the primary generation of the playstation EyeToy camera for the ps2 in 2003.
With the PS3, he helped advance the psstream for Wii-like gaming, with these controllers still being used for playstation VR these days. He also led Sony's Magic Lab — an R&D division tasked with exploring future video video game expertise.
while Google established the appoint, it didn't specify what Marks should be engaged on. His LinkedIn web page has yet to be up to date to reflect the brand new job or position. task Yeti is the undoubtedly candidate for where Marks is now working, even though his contemporary pastime in digital reality serves as one other chance.
Google in recent months has hired accurate gaming talent, including Microsoft and Sony gaming veteran Phil Harrison in January to steer the complete undertaking. The cloud-based nature obviates the need to down load gigabytes of games, while the hardware can be extremely good value and similar to a Chromecast when it comes to performance.
The company additionally employs exact online game builders and entrepreneurs from EA, Sony, and Microsoft, while it turned into reportedly searching into gaming studios ultimate month to make first-celebration content for the streaming service that might involve an easy dongle.


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