Game on! The next generation Tobii Eye Tracker for PC Gaming is here

  • by Martin Lindgren
  • 3 min

Tobii Eye Tracker 5 - Tobii Gaming
The next-generation PC Gaming eye tracker, Tobii Eye Tracker 5

The great teams at Tobii have adjusted, tweaked, and continued to deliver. Thanks to their hard work we are really proud to announce the launch of our next-generation PC Gaming eye tracker, Tobii Eye Tracker 5.

Tobii Gaming - Watch Dogs Legions
Ubisoft's upcoming Watch Dogs: Legion will feature Tobii Eye Tracking.

Tobii Eye Tracker 5 is engineered for gaming. It’s fast, responsive, includes accurate head tracking, and ships with a universal mount to fit a variety of monitors. Today, we have just over 150 games that support Tobii eye tracking, and we have now made it official that yet another massive title, Watch Dogs: Legion, will have Tobii Eye Tracking support when it releases.

Tobii Gaming  head tracking algorithm
New head tracking algorithms, improving robustness, and accuracy.

Personally, I am very excited about our partnership with Mobalytics that we launched earlier this year. It brings advanced eye tracking metrics and training features to League of Legends.

Together, Mobalytics and Tobii eye tracking can help you to be a better League player because you can review and compare your performance based on the data your visual attention generates. You can use metrics such as how often you look at the minimap, how well you are preparing for a fight, or if you tend to tunnel vision.

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  • Martin Lindgren

    Martin Lindgren

    Director of Tobii Gaming

    I am responsible for making sure that our peripherals continue to be aligned with the needs of the gaming community, and that our gaming offering continues to expand for both PC and VR. I have been a gamer for as long as I can remember, and I think I am extremely fortunate to work in the industry I grew up to love.

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