Ever imagined that how would you feel like if HTC Vive or Oculus Rift could just stare into your eyes with their infrared sensors? Will that experience be Interesting or scary? Now you can experience with Fove VR headset which has finally unveiled its technical specifications and also its pre-order date for their upcoming eye-tracking headset. The Fove VR headset now uses an infrared tracking system track your eye movement and also adjusts your Virtual Reality experience in order to keep an eye on your eyes. It also represents your eye movements on your avatars.
The eye tracking will be used for a foveated rendering technique that could improve your Virtual Reality headset’s performance. The Fove eye-tracking can also be used to make perfect UI selections, to target enemies or to create dynamic depth of field within Virtual Reality arena. Let’s talk about its specifications. Fove VR headset offers a display of 2560×1440, WQHD OLED and is flaunting its higher resolution than Oculus Rift.
At a refresh rate of 70Hz. Its field of view is around 90-100 degrees. Eye tracking is done at 120 FPS infrared x2 with a rotational and positional head tracking system. It does weigh a lot and which is around 520. It also has a 3.5 mm jack and connections allowed are HDMI 1.4, USB 3.0, and USB 2.0.
We all know that everyone is excited for this eye tracking VR headset and it will be available for pre-order from November 2.