7Invensun is a Chinese company that wants to disrupt the VR eye tracking sector

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Eye tracking is, in my opinion, a technology that will disrupt completely the VR ecosystem , exactly as room-scale did with the first HTC Vive. All VR interfaces will change with the introduction of eye tracking, becoming more intuitive.

The Ghost Howls’s VR Week Peek (2019.08.05): SIGGRAPH shows cool XR stuff, Vive Cosmos will probably cost £700, VirtualLink may die and much more!

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Some of them were paired with an iPhone X that was able to offer facial tracking; A robotic tail moved by a hydraulic pump to attach to the rear part of your body. video) More info (Unreal Engine with Octane Renderer) More info (Wi-fi is not enough for VR streaming).

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Our First Look At Microsoft HoloLens 2

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One of the more surprising announcements during the presentation, Spatial Anchors serve as a way to share three-dimensional images compatible with Apple’s ARKit as well as Google’s ARCore. Microsoft debuts their latest mixed reality device at Mobile World Conference 2019.

Magic Leap One Will Ship This Summer With Nvidia Tegra X2 Processor

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Unity support is already running, and Unreal Engine 4 support is coming. Developers should target between 400,000 to 800,000 triangles total — half as many per eye — at reasonable frame rates, depending on the shaders, particle effects, and physics that are being used. Colman Bryant, lead interaction and experience designer at Magic Leap, also demonstrated how the system can track ungloved hands without controllers for gesture input.

Magic Leap’s LEAP Con 2018 round-up: all the major announcements in only one place

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The magnetical tracking of the Magic Leap One has not had enthusiastic feedbacks, so I wonder how the two-controllers solution will perform. Thanks to Magic Leap One sensors, the application will detect gestures and eye movements of the users, offering more realistic avatars.

2018 In Review: The Year Standalones Took VR And AR Everywhere

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Magic Leap’s CEO Rony Abovitz suggested in our first face-to-face interview ( you can read the entire transcript ) that “big” players like Microsoft and Apple are going to spend ten times that amount investing in this technology. While we haven’t gone hands-on with these kits yet, we did try the upcoming $400 Oculus Quest extensively and came away pretty impressed by its tracking performance in highly controlled demos at Facebook’s Oculus Connect VR developers conference.