Japanese company Fove makes eye-tracking gaming helmet

Last updated at 09:53
Eye helmet

A new Japanese company, called Fove, has developed an eye-tracking helmet to use in virtual reality games.

Over the past few years there has been a lot of interest in gaze-tracking technology - where a computer can detect and track where your eyes are looking and focussing.

This would allow gamers to play using their eyes instead of hand held controls, as well as helping the game understand how to improve 3D graphics.

The company says that its solution could help people who suffer from 'simulation sickness'.