With the note of bringing up something new in the gaming business, Google hired Richard Marks, a former senior research engineer at Sony. He played a vital role in creating the Sony’s PlayStation VR headset and its PlayStation Move controllers, as reported by VentureBeat.
Marks, former head of Sony’s Magic Lab will now work for the “Advanced Technology and Projects group” (ATAP) at Google. The hiring of Richard is the biggest clue in the way of heeling the gaming business of Google.
“ATAP is at the intersection of science and application where our goal is to solve significant problems and close the gap between what if and what is. We’re super excited about Richard joining the senior team and look forward to his contributions.” Google stated to VentureBeat.
Marks had big hands in developing the “Sony’s PlayStation VR”, which was debuted in 2016 for “PlayStation 4″. Since 1999, he had been an important part of Sony and during his tenancy, he assisted in the creation of “Eye Toy” and “PlayStation Eye camera,” which was debuted in the year 2003 for the PlayStation 2 game console.