PSVR 2: better eye tracking than Oculus Pro? Sony pulls out big game – great tech in the program

The long-awaited PSVR 2 virtual reality headset will include a special technology for maximum user experience: quality eye tracking.

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

Good tech on PSVR 2

Tobii, the world leader in eye tracking, announces that its innovative eye tracking technology will be integrated into the next PlayStation VR2 headset. It may not sound like much, but it’s an extremely useful technology for adding functionality to video games. More generally, this often makes it possible to point the camera more precisely in accordance with the direction of view. For example, very useful in simulation.

Tobii sure

PlayStation VR2 sets a new bar for immersive virtual reality (VR) entertainment, allowing millions of users around the world to experience the power of eye-tracking technology. Our partnership with Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) is a continuous test of Tobii’s technological capabilities to provide cutting-edge solutions for the mass market.

For now, the famous helmet still doesn’t have a release date and we’ll have to wait until 2023 to hopefully get our hands on it. Hoping that such technology can have a big impact on the development of new features. Because the technology is good, but you still have to use it wisely and in a fun way.

This eye-tracking technology offers “foveal imaging”. In particular, the idea is to have a progressive image transmission that will be sharp in a reduced area of ​​the field of view.

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