RESEARCH PAPER: Tobii Benchmark Testing Validates The Benefits Of Dynamic Foveated Rendering

Led by enterprise use cases, the VR market is resurging with a new generation of devices equipped with innovative features enabled by eye tracking and foveated rendering (FR). These technologies first appeared in commercial headsets in mid-2019, and while they are relatively new, they promise to deliver significant improvements in performance and the generation of accurate, actionable insights. Heavy M&A activity in the eye-tracking space has consolidated the market to just a few players. Tobii is one of the remaining independent eye-tracking companies that offer OEMs the opportunity to integrate eye tracking into their products and reap the benefits that come with this technology.

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Table Of Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Benchmark Purpose
  • Benchmark Components
  • Benchmark Process
  • Benchmark Results
  • RTX 2070 Results
  • RTX 2080 TI Results
  • Evaluation
  • Table 1: Alienware Aurora PC Hardware Specifications
  • Table 2: Pico Neo 2 Eye System Specifications
  • Table 3: Alienware Aurora PC Software Specifications
  • Figure 1: Dynamic Foveated Rendering Vs Full Rendering

Companies Cited:

  • Alienware
  • ASUS
  • HTC
  • Intel
  • Microsoft
  • Pico
  • Qualcomm
  • Tobii