HTC Vive Pro Eye VR Headset With Native Eye-Tracking Launched

HTC has launched a new VR headset with the native eye-tracking feature. It was initially unveiled at CES 2019. Highlights of the device include precision eye control technology, deeper data analysis, and dynamic training environments. Read more to find about HTC Vive Pro Eye VR Headset Price in India, Specifications, and Features

HTC Vive Pro Eye VR Headset

Price and Availability

Price $1,599 (approx Rs 1,10,800)

The HTC Vive Pro Eye is priced in North America at $1,599 (approx Rs 1,10,800). It is now available via Vive.com and at select retailers.

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Highlights and Features

  • Native eye-tracking tech
  • Better image rendering
  • Sharper visual output
  • Deeper data analysis
  • Dynamic training environments

The new VR headset uses ‘foveated rendering’ technology that efficiently allocates the GPU power for better image rendering and sharper visual output. It uses eye movements for executing commands, which eliminates the need for controllers.

The native eye-tracking technology on the HTC Vive Pro Eye monitors eye movements to deliver a more immersive VR experience. The new feature is targeted at environments such as location-based entertainment or VR arcades.

HTC claims that the Vive Pro Eye headset can be used in multiple industries for training/ simulation, consumer feedback/ analytics, gaze-oriented navigation, etc

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Conclusion

Recently, the HTC Vive Focus Plus standalone VR headset went on sale with a price tag of $799 (approx Rs 50,000). It is now available in 25 countries.

The VR headset also comes with enterprise features such as Kiosk Mode, Gaze Support, etc. The device management tools allow enterprises to remotely manage, monitor and enroll multiple devices simultaneously.

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