Tobii Gaming at GDC 2023

  • by Sigrid Zeuthen
  • 2 min
Image of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Fransisco Bay

It’s that time of year again! GDC 2023 is just around the corner and Tobii Gaming is getting fired up to meet our community of users, developers, and gamers.

GDC 2023 event details

March 20-24, 2023
San Fransisco, CA

Tobii session

Push the limits of immersion in next-gen games using state-of-the-art head and eye tracking

When: Thursday 23, March
Time: 2:00-2:30 p.m.
Speakers: Thomas J. Papa (Business Development Manager, Tobii) and Johan Bouvin (Sr. Director of Sales and Business Development, Tobii)

This year, our speaker session us about pushing the limits of immersion. Thomas and Johan will take you on a deep dive into gaming use cases for PC and XR devices. Hopefully, they will be able to inspire devs looking to implement head and/or eye tracking in your games.

If you’re curious about our technologies or looking to implement them in your game, don’t miss it — and you can always find us on site.

Sigrid Zeuthen hugging GDC logo in 2022
This is me hugging the GDC logo outside the event hall last year

Thomas, Pontus, and I will be returning to GDC this year, we’ll be there for the week looking for games and projects that are a good fit for our head and eye tracking technology. We are always happy to nerd out with you about game design and player engagement.

We'd love to chat with you about anything and everything related to head and eye tracking in games. We can talk about how it can help players get fully immersed through 6 degrees of freedom or how it can help improve graphic fidelity and game performance with foveated rendering. Or, we can explore any of the other exciting ways that our technology can help you create a unique and engaging game experience.

If you're interested in learning more or chatting with us, be sure to book a meeting ahead of time by contacting one of us. We can't wait to see you at GDC.

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