FourFourSeconds Ago, Microsoft announced that it would be introducing the first-ever virtual reality (VR) controllers.
“In partnership with Oculus, we’re introducing a new class of VR controllers for the Oculus Rift,” Microsoft wrote on their official blog.
“This new controller features a new motion controller design with three distinct zones for movement.
We’ve also upgraded the tracking system to give us a new level of precision and control, and we’ve added two new touch input options.
These new VR controllers feature two unique and intuitive interfaces, so you can use them in all kinds of situations.”
What are the new controllers?
The new controllers are a virtual reality version of the Oculus Touch, which will let you use the controllers in a variety of ways, such as for gaming and navigation.
The Oculus Touch is a touch controller that allows you to interact with your PC through a virtual environment.
It’s the first product that will support VR.
It will be available in the coming weeks, and you can sign up for the beta right here to check it out.
But before you get too excited about getting your hands on one of these, keep in mind that this is still a prototype.
You won’t be able to use it in your home, so it’s important to be aware of any issues you might encounter.
The new Oculus controllers are compatible with the Oculus Store, Oculus Home, and the Oculus SDK, but they’re not currently working with the Microsoft Store.
They also haven’t been officially tested by Microsoft.
Microsoft also says that these are “still a work in progress,” and they’re still not ready to support third-party headsets like the HTC Vive and the Razer Blade.
If you’re interested in purchasing one of the new headsets, you can check out their prices at here .