Eye Tracking available with Infinite Screen Extension
Tags: Infinite Screen
Hold your breath as the sun makes a final effort to blind you while setting over the Pacific horizon. Breathe out as the titanium-reinforced steel around you prevents the cannon of an enemy Su-25T Frogfoot attack jet from ruining your attempt to dominate the skies.
In this battlefield flight simulator, realism is everything. Through detailed game modes, authentic real-world aircraft and breathtaking environments, you experience what it really means to be a fighter pilot. Whether you are flying historic missions, collecting flight hours in training mode or getting thoroughly briefed in campaign mode, you will learn to control interactive cockpits and to master the forces of aerodynamics. You will feel the fighter as it responds to every gust of wind, to your every turn, and to - God forbid - any miscalculations you may make.
DCS World is a free-to-play game and comes with a brilliantly realized Frogfoot. Expansion modules include classic jets and helicopters such as the A-10C Warthog and the Ka-50 Black Shark. Simulation enthusiasts claim this is as real as it can get. However, it gets even more real. The Infinite Screen Extension, made possible by Tobii's eye tracking technology, allows you to pilot your aircraft without non-realistic commands such as actively changing viewpoint. Now you simply look at the display you need to access, making it easier to keep track of your targets while making a split maneuver or a high-G barrel roll.
Infinite Screen. The center of the screen follows the movement of your eyes. This makes it easier to access all the screens and displays in the cockpit that you need to make advanced maneuvers. The possibility to look toward the west while flying east, without an active change of viewpoint, makes the flying experience even more lifelike.