HTC's VIVE Pro Eye is the first VR headset to feature Tobii eye-tracking. This was a significant step towards increasing VR adoption in commercial and non-profit industries for training and research.
HTC vive Pro is a more tech-advanced tool. It is a powerful VR device that provides high resolution (1440 x 1600 px per eye, but lower than Quest 2) with an OLED display, laser tracking system, and one of the best refresh rates on the market (90 Hz). This power imposes some obligations.
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VR eye-tracking has the potential to transform staff training. It makes it more efficient and safer. It's also easier to scale because it is now less expensive.
Vive Pro Eye is extremely versatile in research and training because it combines precision eye-tracking, world-class graphics, and high-end audio with optimized ergonomics.
The use of VR with eye-tracking in professional training and assessment is another area where it can prove to be extremely beneficial.
You can train employees to do dangerous tasks with VR without fear. It is possible to practice skills without having to stop operations or take equipment and machinery offline.
Eye-tracking in VR is now commercially available. Businesses and industries will soon realize the enormous cost savings of using this technology to improve their training and reduce costs.
VR-ready businesses can use VR to increase their business and reap the benefits from eye-tracking data. Those who already use eye tracking will be able to expand their research into virtual reality.