Dying Light now features support for Tobii Eye tracking

Dying light now features support for Tobii Eye tracking 

Dying Light now features support for Tobii Eye tracking

 
 
Dying Light has now been updated with support for Tobii Eye tracking, using the technology to make the game easier to play and more immersive than ever. 
 
Now thanks to Tobii’s eye tracking technology gamers can now move the game’s camera as your eyes reach the periphery of your view, move the game’s flashlight in a move that adds greatly to immersion, and adds the ability to loot the world and accept missions using your eyes only and without the need to push any buttons. 
 
Now the infected/zombies react to your gaze, which means that players should avoid staring at them if possible, with the new tool also allowing the player to quickly lock onto enemies when throwing a grenade of shuriken at them. Ti interact with most in-game objects players will now need to stare at an item for a certain length of time, instead of holding a button for the same amount of time. 

 

 

 

 

This is easily one of the best-implemented versions of Tobii eye tracking support that we have ever seen, showcasing exactly how this technology can improve games moving forward. 

Right now, Tobii gaming has plans on integrating their eye-tracking technology into more games and systems moving forward, with eye-tracking support already existing in over 50 games. 

 

You can join the discussion on Dying Light gaining support for Tobii Eye tracking on the OC3D Forums. 

 

Dying light now features support for Tobii Eye tracking 

Dying Light now features support for Tobii Eye tracking

 
 
Dying Light has now been updated with support for Tobii Eye tracking, using the technology to make the game easier to play and more immersive than ever. 
 
Now thanks to Tobii’s eye tracking technology gamers can now move the game’s camera as your eyes reach the periphery of your view, move the game’s flashlight in a move that adds greatly to immersion, and adds the ability to loot the world and accept missions using your eyes only and without the need to push any buttons. 
 
Now the infected/zombies react to your gaze, which means that players should avoid staring at them if possible, with the new tool also allowing the player to quickly lock onto enemies when throwing a grenade of shuriken at them. Ti interact with most in-game objects players will now need to stare at an item for a certain length of time, instead of holding a button for the same amount of time. 

 

 

 

 

This is easily one of the best-implemented versions of Tobii eye tracking support that we have ever seen, showcasing exactly how this technology can improve games moving forward. 

Right now, Tobii gaming has plans on integrating their eye-tracking technology into more games and systems moving forward, with eye-tracking support already existing in over 50 games. 

 

You can join the discussion on Dying Light gaining support for Tobii Eye tracking on the OC3D Forums.