We are introducing a new member of the product family, of the pro family, the [UNKNOWN] Pro I. With this product we're really excited about what we can do for new customers and the enterprise customers.
By integrating eye tracking needively into the hardware Now we're going to implement new technology paradigms altogether through iTracking.
Now, with the introduction of iTracking, you now have the ability to use [UNKNOWN] rendering.
Now [UNKNOWN] rendering will give you increased quality of the content in the image Directly where your eye is actually looking.
No longer worrying about peripheral areas where your eye is not spending their time.
And with technology like this we'll be able to use VRS from Nvidia's new RTX cards to pair with our eye tracking hardware and technology to accelerate foviated rendering.
To advance the state of art for VR in 2019.
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