WHAT’S HOT   
 
Exclusive: HTC Vive Goes Wireless With $220 Add-On, Pre-Orders Start Friday
 
Oculus Touch vs. HTC Vive – Which Is The Better VR Controller?
 
HTC Vive is $799, Ships ‘Early April’ And You Can Answer Phone Calls In VR
 
Hands-on: TPCAST’s Wireless Vive Kit Really Works
 
TPCAST Wireless Vive Add-on Impressions
 
Pimax to Unveil 4K Per Eye, 200-degree Field of View VR Headset at CES 2017
 
Hands on with the Oculus Rift CV1
 
GDC 2017: Hands-on With LG’s SteamVR Headset
 
The 25 Best Must-Download Oculus Go Games And Apps
 
Oculus Touch Review: The World’s Best VR Controller
 
Here’s What a Nintendo Switch VR Headset Could Look Like
 
Pimax 8K VR Headset Not Yet Ready For Primetime, But 4k Model Impresses
 
Hands-On: Facebook’s New 24 Lens Camera Turns Real Life Into High Quality VR
 
No Vive 2 At CES, HTC Confirms
 
Wearality shows off a new 180-degree FOV lens for VR
 
Oculus Rift Review: The Age of Virtual Reality Begins Here
 
HTC Vive Is Getting A $220 Plug-And-Play Eye Tracking Peripheral Next Month
 
Hands-On With Valve’s Knuckles Prototype Controllers
 
HTC Announces Vive Tracker to Power Next Generation VR Accessories
 
[Updated] Oculus Rift Display to Improve Between Now and Launch Says Palmer Luckey
Eye Tracking
Most Recent
 
Read More

1

Tobii Develops Eye-Tracking Standalone VR Headset With Qualcomm

Eye-tracking is expected to be an important next generation technology in VR headsets, potentially enabling better performance through foveated rendering, and lower [...]

 
Read More

15

Eye-Tracking Is Both Incredibly Important And Very Risky

At CES last week one of my first demos was with Tobii and its eye-tracking technology. I left the demo convinced that once you’ve tried a VR headset with eye-tracking [...]

 
Read More

72

HTC Vive Is Getting A $220 Plug-And-Play Eye Tracking Peripheral Next Month

Eye tracking is one feature that could could benefit the performance and affordability of high-end virtual reality headsets. The HTC Vive should become the first mainstream [...]

 
Read More

5

Samsung’s Facesense Recognizes Facial Expressions For VR Navigation

With body language, humans are able to express a range of feelings with only the most the subtle shifts in demeanor. Our facial expressions alone can show off a huge range [...]

 
Read More

0

ResearchVR Episode 38 – FOVE and Eye-Tracking in VR

This week on ResearchVR you have a chance to catch up with our latest episode, where Az analyzed FOVE in detail with Jim Preston, Director of Strategy and Business [...]

 
Read More

1

Valve, SMI and Tobii Preview VR’s Eye Tracking Future In HTC Vive

Over the last week we learned that by spending essentially $300 to purchase three Vive Trackers, you will be able to bring your legs, feet and torso into VR — so you [...]

 
Read More

10

GDC 2017: FOVE and AMD Take Aim At Improving VR Rendering

Visuals and the rendering of them is one of a few significant obstacles when it comes to the future of VR headsets. Mobile headsets are handicapped largely due to the [...]

Load More
End of the line!
featured
 
Read More
New Valve Knuckles Prototypes Add Thumbsticks, Now Shipping To Devs
 
Read More
Bethesda Plans To ‘Continue To Support’ VR In The Future On A ‘Case-By-Case’ Basis
 
Read More
Echo Combat Enters Open Beta Tomorrow, June 21

 
Read More
Hands-On: Echo Combat Is An Intense VR Shooter With Zero-G Movement
 
Read More
Hands-On — The VOID’s Nicodemus: Demon Of Evanishment Will Terrify This Halloween
 
Read More
Leap Motion’s New North Star Demo Brings Table Tennis To AR

 
Read More
Q&A: SculptrVR Completes Journey To All Major Platforms With PSVR Launch
 
Read More
Owlchemy Labs Co-Founder Departs To Found New Startup
 
Read More
Budget Cuts Review: Thrilling Spontaneous Stealth Betrayed By Bugs And Design Issues

 
Read More
Hands-On: Vacation Simulator For PSVR Retains Owlchemy’s Signature Charm
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!