Tobii and Ubisoft announced that eye-tracking technology will be included in the upcoming games Watch Dogs 2 and Steep for PC. That means a number of peripherals and laptops with Tobii's tech will support the games' eye-tracking features.
Tobii, pioneers of infrared-based eye-tracking, want to adapt their technology to mobile devices like smartphones, tablets, and virtual reality headsets. It is seeking a $50 million cash infusion to do so.
On Friday, during PAX West, Alienware and Tobii will reveal a new gaming product that will take advantage of the latter company's eye-tracking technology. It may be a gaming notebook that uses Tobii's IS4 platform for laptops…
MSI's GT72S G Tobii appears to be an acceptable way to show off eye-tracking tech on a gaming notebook, but a lofty $2,600 price tag might suggest otherwise. At least it doesn't hold back on the specs.
Tobii has teamed up with Inventec to develop a new laptop prototype integrated with its IS4 eye tracking platform, making it possible to login through Windows Hello, or interact with apps via eye movement.
Described by its maker as a "virtual, visual coach," the new Sentry Eye Tracker from SteelSeries aims to help gamers hone their skills, training them to process on-screen information in the most efficient way possible.
Tobii wants to make a wearable worth using. To do so, Tobii intends to do a lot of eye tracking research. Tobii Glasses 2 are aimed at researchers rather than consumers, in hopes that new gaze data will improve the user experience.
While many companies look for motion control to be the next big thing, Tobii remains adamant that its eye-tracking technology is superior. The company has announced a partnership with SteelSeries to sell a device this summer and has slashed…