After a period of hype, the VR market seems to have gone a bit quieter.
Some might take it as a sign of stagnation but others will most likely argue that it’s simply maturing behind the scenes.
One sign of that maturity is perhaps the adoption of VR technology and hardware in the potentially more lucrative enterprise market.
And that’s exactly the market that the HTC Vive Pro Eye is launching to in the US and Canada.
After rising to the top of the VR consumer market, a spot it shares with Facebook’s Oculus, HTC turned its eyes, no pun intended, to a new market.
Those features include precision eye tracking, real-time user feedback through heatmaps and gaze tracking, foveated rendering, and more.