PSVR 2: Further eye tracking than the Oculus Pro? Sony pulls out all the stops

PSVR 2: Further eye tracking than the Oculus Pro? Sony pulls out all the stops

The long-awaited PSVR 2 virtual reality headset will include a very special technology for the greatest pleasure of users: quality Eye Tracking.

It’s definitely PSVR week. Indeed, after the leak from the Bit Planet Games studio, behind the virtual reality game Ultrawings which mistakenly revealed a photo of the PlayStation VR2, we are now talking to you about the Eye Tracking Tobii technology.

A nice technology on the PSVR 2

Tobii, which the world leader in eye tracking announcement quite simply that its innovative eye tracking technology will be integrated into the next PlayStation VR2 headset. It may not seem like much, but it’s an extremely useful technology for adding functionality to video games. More generally, this often allows the camera to be directed more precisely according to the direction of gaze. Very useful in a simulation for example.

Tobii is confident

PlayStation VR2 sets a new benchmark for immersive virtual reality (VR) entertainment and will allow millions of users around the world to experience the power of eye tracking. Our partnership with Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) is a continued validation of Tobii’s technology capabilities to deliver cutting-edge solutions at mass market scale.

For now, the famous helmet still has no release date and we will have to wait until 2023 to hope to get our hands on it. Hoping that such technology can have a big impact on the development of new features. Because technology is good, but you still have to use it wisely and in a fun way.

This eye tracking technology would offer a “foveal rendering”. In detail, the idea is to have a progressive transmission of the image which will be clear in the reduced area of ​​the field of vision.

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