By the end of next year, there'll be so many virtual realityheadsets in stores that you'll wonder if you even need a TV anymore. Fove is one such device and, unlike many of its rivals, offers built-in eye tracking that promises better depth of field, more natural movement and line-of-sight targeting in FPS games. The company is also boasting that the headset's ability to work out where you're looking will enable your PC to adjust its rendering resources accordingly. There's also talk that the Fove development kit will seamlessly work with titles published in Unity, Unreal Engine and CryEngine, so it won't be too difficult to adapt big-budget games to work with the hardware.
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