HTC Vive with Eye Tracking Launched


What’s better than a regular HTC Vive? Maybe one with an eye tracking technology for research. SMI has unveiled an eye tracking HTC Vive with 250Hz sampling rate. The headset was modified with small cameras to work with SMI’s computer vision algorithms.

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This eye tracking HTC Vive comes with a SDK and plugins for VR engines like Unity.

Now that SMI will offer a 250 Hz eye tracking integration into the HTC Vive, which offers native tracking of the head and hands, it will be easier than ever to move beyond the confines of the traditional computer display, and closer to the natural viewing environment

explained Prof. Gabriel J. Diaz of the Rochester Institute of Technology. More info is available here.

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