Next Level Immersion - Tobii Eyetracker 5 After 2 Years

“Let me tell you why Tobii is still one of the best ways to step up your immersion after 2 years of using it. This video has been #sponsored by Tobii.”

The video discusses the Tobii Eyetracker 5 and its immersive capabilities in gaming, particularly in Star Citizen. The narrator explains that the device tracks the user’s face and eyes, allowing for intuitive movement in the game without the need for a VR headset. The narrator has been using the Tobii Eyetracker 5 for the past two years and has found it to greatly enhance the immersive experience in Star Citizen, allowing for head movement in FPS combat, tracking off-screen targets, and providing a more realistic fighter pilot experience. The narrator mentions that the device is easy to set up, works well with glasses, and has a stable software performance. The Tobii Eyetracker 5 is not only compatible with Star Citizen but also with a wide range of other games. The video concludes with the narrator providing tips on settings customization and offering a discount code for viewers interested in purchasing the Tobii Eyetracker 5.

In terms of setup, the Tobii Eyetracker 5 is a bar-shaped device that mounts beneath the monitor, connecting to the computer via USB. It is recommended for monitors between 15 to 30 inches in size and a distance of 45 to 95 cm from the user. The device requires Windows 10 to work properly. Calibration is necessary for optimal performance, and the software also offers a feature that allows viewers to see where the user is looking during streaming. The narrator recommends binding a button to toggle the device on and off for recalibration purposes and to avoid disorientation during certain activities.

The narrator emphasizes the importance of adjusting the settings to suit personal preferences and body movement. The Tobii Eyetracker 5 offers various options for head and eye tracking, with a default setting of 75% head and 25% eye tracking. The narrator suggests experimenting with different settings and recommends disabling head tracking during aiming down sights and using the mobiGlas. The settings provided by the narrator are shown on-screen for reference. The video also addresses concerns about the device’s intuitiveness and latency, with the narrator stating that it feels natural to use and the latency is minimal.

In terms of purchasing the Tobii Eyetracker 5, it is available on the manufacturer’s website for $279. However, viewers can get a 20% discount by using the code provided in the video’s description. There is also a giveaway opportunity mentioned for a chance to win a free Tobii Eyetracker 5. The video concludes by inviting viewers to ask any remaining questions and expressing hope to see them in future videos.