Two Worlds II iPad game gains 3D-ET

Castle Defense gets eye tracking.

TopWare and Reality Pump have added 3D eye tracking to iPad game Two Worlds II: Castle Defense.

Apparently this allows you to peer around corners, as the iPad 2's internal camera recognises your position and alters the on-screen perspective depending on where your head moves to.

The 3D eye tracking is available in both Lite and paid-for versions of the Two Worlds II: Castle Defense game.

TopWare boss Dirk Hassinger revealed that eye tracking features are being looked at for PC and Mac.

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