Google has taken up the challenge of turning the virtual reality experience into a shared experience by making the headset disappear – Google headset removal – allowing others to see the person behind the mask while they enjoy immersive worlds.
At GDC 2017, Against Gravity and Pluto VR demos validate SMI’s Social Eye, which enables accurate eye contact in virtual worlds
Valve Corporation, the firm whose technology powers the top-selling HTC Vive, and eye tracking leader SensoMotoric Instruments, have come together at GDC 2017 to showcase their integration of eye tracking into the OpenVR platform.
SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI), a world leader in eye tracking technology, will premiere its mobile eye tracking technology on an ARM®-based mobile virtual reality (VR) platform at GDC 2017.
On the eve of CES 2017, SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI) introduces the SMI Social Eye – a concept powered by SMI eye tracking which enables true human connection between avatars in virtual worlds through expressive, accurate eye contact.