HTC at CES 2019
At CES (Consumer Electronic Show) – HTC announced a new variant of its high-end Vive Pro virtual reality headset. It comes with native, built-in eye tracking. The device is called the Vive Pro Eye, and it promises to bring higher-quality VR experiences. So called “foveated rendering” technique renders sharp images for wherever the human eye is looking in a virtual scene but also reduces the image quality of objects on the periphery.
Eye tracking opens new possibilities for VR : higher-quality images, new forms of hands-free interaction in VR and accessibility options for those who don’t have the ability to use full motion controllers. You would be able to select different objects, search library, quickly open menus just by focusing line of sight.
This device should be launched in the second quarter of 2019, but there is no pricing yet.
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