HTC Vive Pro Eye launches Europe for £1,499, including base stations and controllers.
This viewer incorporates in its hardware eye tracking, which will offer a tracking of eye movements.
One of the advantages we can find with this new feature is to avoid using physical drivers for certain tasks, such as navigation or menu selection.
HTC will use this eye tracking to improve the quality of the image, since the regions where we look They will have more processing.
Other specifications, such as the field of view or resolution, remain the same as the HTC Vive Pro (does not replace it). In this way, it still has AMOLED screen of 2880×1600, 110º of field of vision and a refresh rate of 90Hz.
You can get this viewer in both its commercial and user versions. At the moment it is only possible to obtain the complete kit with base stations and controllers.