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An eye-tracking virtual reality headset lets users interact with the environment just by looking at it. FOVE says its technology could not only revolutionise the gaming industry but have applications to help people with various disabilities interact with their surroundings.
LONDON, ENGLAND, UK / JAPAN (REUTERS / FOVE) – The days of using your hands to play video games could be in the past.
Called FOVE, this headset uses advanced eye tracking to provide the wearer with an immersive and completely hands-free virtual reality.