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SteelSeries Sentry sees first full implementation in Assassin's Creed game

By John Law - on 6 Feb 2015, 10:25am

SteelSeries Sentry sees first full implementation in Assassin's Creed game

The SteelSeries Sentry eye-tracking hardware. <br>Image source: SteelSeries.

Ever heard of the SteelSeries Sentry? It's a gaming accessory that's designed to track the motion and placement of your eyes on the screen of your monitor and then center the in-game camera to wherever your eyes fall on the screen.

The technology has been hailed and rigidly tested by many gamers and professionals, but never saw any real implementation outside of that circle, until now. Thanks to TechRadar, we now know that SteelSeries has finally and fully implemented Sentry into one of Ubisoft's upcoming major PC titles, Assassin's Creed: Rogue. The video below explains and illustrates how Sentry works.

Assassin's Creed: Rogue is the first blockbuster game that has implemented support for the Sentry, and to commemorate it, SteelSeries will be shipping the first 5,000 Sentry units with a free digital copy of the game. The price for owning one of these gaming peripherals is set at US$200 (approx. RM700) per unit.

Source: TechRadar.