Ever wish your HTC Vive or Oculus Rift could stare into your eyes with infrared sensors? Well, Fove has finally unveiled the tech specs and the pre-order date for their upcoming eye-tracking virtual reality headset, so you are in luck.
In order to keep an eye on your eyes, the Fove VR headset uses an infrared tracking system to not only detect your eye movement and adjust your VR experience but also represent your eye movements on your avatar.
For instance, in multiplayer VR experiences, your character’s eyes will move like your own, making your avatar a little more life-like. Additionally, the eye tracking will reportedly be used for a technique called foveated rendering which could improve your VR headset’s performance.