Google planning make a unique eye-tracking control for VR headset, to do that Google acquired Eyefluence’s unique eye-tracking VR optics software tech into their new mobile-powered Daydream View VR headset. The Daydream View uses “vision-driven, intuitive eye-interaction” to discern quite a bit of information from users, chiefly whether or not HMD wearers are interested in what they’re seeing or not.
As of now, we don’t know how Google will take advantage of Eyefluence to integrate into their Daydream VR solution, but we may see some interesting new VR Tech from this move.
“At Eyefluence, we are engineering the ability to transform intent into action through your eyes. Leveraging eye biomechanics and the eye-brain connection with the first-ever eye-interaction technology solution for HMD devices, we are expanding human potential and creating new possibilities in VR, AR, and MR worlds,” quote from the company’s website.
“Today, we are excited to announce that the Eyefluence team is joining Google! With our forces combined, we will continue to advance eye-interaction technology to expand human potential and empathy on an even larger scale. We look forward to the life-changing innovations we’ll create together!” Eyefluence wrote in a recent update.