Eye-tracking tech Tobii boots up $1m game dev fund

The company's "Boost to the Big Time" program offers $1 million in cash and support for developers who use its tech in PC games -- "with no restrictions on the size or scope of the game."

Eye-tracking hardware company Tobii has launched a $1 million "Boost to the Big Time" program, which offers support to developers who use its tech in their PC games, no matter how large or small, with no restrictions on distribution.

Benefits will include Tobii pre-purchasing copies of the game to include with PC hardware, promotion with Tobii and its partners' products. The company will also promote these games to the press and at trade shows.

The catch, of course, is that you have to support the company's tech, and to do that you need to sign up for a $139 dev kit, which offers support for Unreal and Unity (as well as, presumably, your own engine.)

If you're interested, you can find out more and sign up at Tobii's site. The company will also have booths at GDC Europe and Gamescom next week.

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