Tobii to provide eye-tracking tech for PlayStation VR2 


Bleeding Advantage: When Sony first launched its upcoming next-generation VR headset, it already recognized eye tracking, 

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A significant new step for consumer-grade VR.

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On Friday, Tobii announced a deal to bring eye-tracking technology to the PlayStation VR2. 

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The company already has experience bringing functionality to headsets,

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but the PlayStation 5 accessory offers the first opportunity to introduce it to a mainstream audience.

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Modern VR headsets now use motion detection to track the user's head and limbs 

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the key to keeping them grounded and immersed in the virtual environment. Provides additional user input mechanisms.

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Eye tracking takes it a step further by detecting which pixels the user is looking at, which has many applications.

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Eye movements, visual attention, and winking could be new input methods. In theory,

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developers can design better-performing games by completely rendering only those areas of the environment

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