So this is created entirely within the PlayStation 4 creation suite – but how? Well, we’re wondering the same thing to be honest. We think that the player has a DualShock 4 attached to his arm, which is tracking his movements with the pool cue. The effect is so convincing, though, that we’re not entirely sure what kind of black magic is being employed here.
It’s incredible what the community is accomplishing in Dreams, but credit must also be paid to Media Molecule for making an engine so absurdly powerful. Just wait until the PlayStation VR features roll out!