Microsoft is interested in Japanese Oculus competitor Fove




Microsoft has expressed interest in a Japanese company that deals with virtual reality glasses. Microsoft may want to take the company named Fove, bring a VR goggles on the market that compete should go with the popular Oculus Rift.

Japanese Fove has received an investment of British investment arm of Microsoft. To comply with the terms of the investment Fove should move to London, so let the company know to TechRadar. However, it is not clear what Microsoft wants to get exactly the investment; there are no further plans were announced.

Fove technology has developed a virtual reality glasses that also features the ability to keep. Eye movements in That is something the popular VR glasses Oculus Rift does not. Microsoft may have an interest in the technology to eventually bring themselves such glasses on the market and zp to compete with the Rift.

The ability to track eye movements makes it possible to use the technology. Of Fove for various purposes, One of the applications that Fove has in mind is to develop a VR glasses for severely disabled patients, who can perform eye movements. Certain computer tasks However, a demonstration video that VR glasses Fove can also be used. For gaming purposes


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