eye tracking

  1. cageymaru

    HTC Vive Pro Eye and HTC Vive Cosmos HMDs Announced at CES 2019

    HTC has announced the all new HTC Vive Pro Eye with foveated rendering and eye tracking. It will blur the details of the screen where the user isn't staring to save system resources. This also allows the image details in the area where the user is staring to be sharper as system resources can be...
  2. AlphaAtlas

    Tobii Announces Next Generation Eye Tracking Platform

    Tobii officially revealed the IS5 eye tracking platform yesterday. The new platform has already been shown to "partners and customers behind closed doors," and Tobii claims that it is the "most advanced eye-tracking technology available to the general consumer market." The IS5 platform includes...
  3. AlphaAtlas

    Researchers Use Eye Tracking and AI to Control a Drone

    Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania, the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, and New York University created a system that can control a drone with nothing but eye movement. The setup uses Tobii Pro Glasses 2 to track both eyes and provide an HD camera feed, which is fed to an Nvidia...
  4. R

    Tobii Showing Off VR With Eye Tracking

    At CES, The Tech Report got a private demo of a prototype Vive headset with Tobii eye tracking baked in. The demo starts with an accurate setting of interpupillary distance, which with today's headsets is a bit of guesswork. After that came several demos, including robots that could tell when...
  5. FrgMstr

    HTC Vive Getting Eye Tracking First

    We are big on VR around here, no matter the naysayers. And one thing we have found out is that when it comes to high-end VR graphics, it takes a metric buttload of GPU power to pull off amazing VR visuals in the HMD. Foveated rendering is a technique that can greatly increase VR graphics...
  6. cageymaru

    HTC can Track Eye Movement in VR to Determine Your Interest in the Ad Placement

    HTC has devised a new system where companies can place advertising in VR applications and then HTC can track your interest in the advertisement. If your gaze leaves the advertisement such as you intentionally looking away, the advertiser doesn't have to pay for the placement. There are quite a...