The headset is designed for use in enterprises.
For those who need the latest generation of virtual reality headset with eye-tracking function, you should take a closer look at HTC Vive Pro Eye. Originally launched last month in Europe, the HTC Vive is now available in North America at a cost of $ 1,599 USD.
The HTC Vive Pro Eye is a VR business headset that allows companies to use eye tracking to analyze data in real-time using real-time feedback and gain insight into user behavior and decision-making processes. It can be used to help listeners by providing intelligent feedback. In addition, this functionality will help brands and stores to improve product placement and advertising with a map that shows where the user’s view is directed.
Glance tracking can also be used in the gaming field, offering view-oriented menu navigation or natural interaction with player and non-player characters (NPCs). In addition, it is worth noting the advantage of partial rendering, which focuses the power of the GPU exactly where the user is looking.
Along with the Tobii gaze tracking system, the headset is equipped with dual-OLED displays with a combined resolution of 2880 x 1600 pixels, a 110-degree field of view (FOV), improved headphone design, and SteamVR 2.0 tracking tracking to cover demonstration spaces from sitting to full area in 10M X 10M for multiuser environments.
“We took our VR business solution, Vive Pro, and improved it with integrated eye tracking. Vive Pro Eye makes this technology another step forward, as corporate VR requirements continue to grow and develop, ”said Dan O’Brien, GM, HTC Americas, in a statement.
“From more effective learning to more insightful data analytics.” The helmet provides professional users with tools to further improve the way VR business is used in everyday life. ”
First shown on CES 2019, the HTC Vive Pro Eye can be purchased from Vive.com and some retail stores. Unlike the European version, which comes with an advantage in the form of an enterprise license and a 2-year warranty for commercial use, the North American version does not include it.
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