Eye-tracking is a Game Changer for VR That Goes Far Beyond Foveated Rendering

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Fove is selling a development kit of their VR headset with inbuilt eye-tracking. Oculus recently showed off a new prototype seen for the first time with eye-tracking. Magic Leap has confirmed eye-tracking on their upcoming development headset. SEE ALSO Oculus on Half Dome Prototype: 'don't expect to see everything in a product anytime soon'.

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As it turns out, heavy Oculus Rift usage is linked to increased dream lucidity ; the more time people spent in virtual environments, the higher their ability to dream lucidly. Apple also recently stole some hot talent from Oculus as well as Magic Leap, so it’s only a matter of time before we’ll see a beautifully designed mixed reality product that will take iOS fanboys by storm. FOVE, THE EYE-TRACKING HMD: FINAL SPECS AND PRE-ORDER DATES.

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The High-end VR Room of the Future Looks Like This

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Right now we’re stuck thinking in terms of head-mounted displays (HMDs), like the Vive or the Oculus. Future solutions will get rid of clunky wired headsets and move onto glasses that can project a high-definition image onto the eye, a la Magic Leap, and eventually contact lenses that contain tiny screens. Hand and finger tracking, gesture interfaces, and grip simulation: Leap Motion: Manus VR: Neurodigital: Gestigon: Handpose: Usens: Dexta Robotics: Minority Report (film).

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