This new VR headset packs tracks your heart rate and pupil dilation


While the Valve Index has been one of the hottest VR headsets since its launch close to two years ago, HP has since put out a viable VR/MR headset of its own in the form of the HP Reverb G2 that launched at the end of last year. 

This year, however, HP is adding a few more features to its Windows Mixed Reality headset including eye and pupil dilation detection, plus a heart rate monitor and a face camera. HP claims these bio-trackers will allow developers to collect reaction data that can be used for adaptive XR experiences. 



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