Would you like to know what caught the attention in your virtual environment?
By adding eye tracking to your Oculus, you will.
For our modification, we install a camera on your Oculus Rift. This allows you to monitor the eye movements in the Oculus. We have kept the design as open as possible, you are free to use this video stream with your eye tracking software of choice.
The Oculus eye tracker modification is widely applicable and we can provide it to you as is. If you provide us with additional information about your exact use case, we may even be able to tailor it for the best integration with your research (hardware, software, controllers, etc.).
Our camera is compatible with the open source Pupil eye tracking platform. Pupil allows developers to not only read the raw pupil data, but also to use this data stream in our own applications. For example, we use the data for our custom result visualiser that draws heatmaps on the 3D environment.
There are countless opportunities for VR research. To name a few:
We are open to share our ideas about how you can use VR for your research purposes. We have an excellent network of researchers, software developers and business developers available to you.
A serious piece of equipment needs a serious protection. In addition to the modification, we will provide you with a custom case for the modified Oculus DK2 that keeps it safe during transport. Our custom case is designed for:
If you have any additional equipment that you would like to include in the case, please let us know and we can customise it to your needs.
Feel free to contact us for a product demo!
€4500,- excl. VAT
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Our eye tracking modification is independently tested (exempt) according to the IEC/EN 62471 standard for photobiological safety. This means it does not exceed the exposure limits for exposure up to 8 hours.
We are usually able to perform the modification in 3 weeks.
Yes. Unfortunately the Oculus DK2 is not in production anymore. If you do not have an Oculus available, we can probably provide a good second hand option.
We need to drill a few small holes for the camera, which will cause cosmetic damage to the outside casing. The electrical modifications are non-destructive.
Yes this is possible. We capture the right eye because approximately two-thirds of the population is right-eye dominant, but the camera placement is flexible.