HTC VIVE Pro Eye Enterprise VR System

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HTC VIVE Pro Eye Enterprise VR System
Key Features
  • Know Where Users Look & for How Long
  • Precision Eye Tracking
  • Heatmapping & Gaze Tracking
  • 2880 x 1600 via Dual OLED Displays
Gain a new level of insight on content interaction with the VIVE Pro Eye Enterprise VR System from HTC. This complete VR system features precision eye tracking that works to accurately record where a user focuses on your provided content. With heatmapping and gaze tracking functions, you can tell not only where a user looks, but for how long. These specific insights into elements of your product can be a treasure trove of valuable analytics regarding user intent and decision making.
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Did you mean to say it has a single video channel ...

Did you mean to say it has a single video channel that feeds both left and right eye displays simultaneously? Are you saying it's a visual monaural, not a visual stereo (separate, independent video channels for each eye) setup?
Asked by: Lawrence
No, The HTC VIVE Pro Eye Enterprise VR System has singular inputs that affect both eyes. Means a singular video connection makes an image that is different on both eyes from a single source. The headset processes this information, and then deems the content appropriate for each eye.
Answered by: dariusb
Date published: 2021-12-02

Does it have separate video inputs for the right ...

Does it have separate video inputs for the right and left eye for use with two Stereo mounted cameras?
Asked by: Lawrence
The HTC VIVE Pro Eye Enterprise VR System has singular inputs that affect both eyes.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2021-12-01

Ok... since there is no separate right and left ...

Ok... since there is no separate right and left eye input channels and nowhere to stream in separate video streams, your equipment is not what I'm looking for.?
Asked by: Lawrence
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