Tobii, a big name in eye-tracking solutions for PCs, is now trying its hand at improving VR. The company unveiled its new Tobii Spotlight Technology, which is a foveated rendering technology built to make VR more efficient.
MSI has released its first gaming laptop with Tobii eye-tracking technology built in. With a 17.3-inch display, this laptop comes equipped with 32GB of RAM, a 1TB hard drive and a 256GB solid state drive.
Right now you could be using your eyes to help control Windows 10. You could also use your face to log in or your glance to aim your weapon at someone in Grand Theft Auto V. This can all be done with Tobii's EyeX eye tracking hardware and software. We show you how it works and why it may be the coolest thing at CES.
Tobii has added support for Windows 10's security feature Windows Hello to its lineup of eye-tracking cameras, including its Tobii EyeX Controller. Support for Windows Hello will also be standard for all future Tobii eye tracking products.