Oculus revealed today the final hardware for the Oculus Rift headset and unveiled their solution to bring players hands into the virtual world with the Oculus Touch.
The Oculus Touch, shown above, is a pair of wireless, six degree of freedom tracked controllers. They include analog sticks, buttons and both finger and hand triggers for traditional input in addition to the motion tracking.
Oculous co-founder Palmer Luckey called the controllers ergonomic and light as he showed off the “Half Moon” prototype on stage at the Oculus press conference today.
As with the headset itself, we don’t have a price yet or an exact release date, but it looks like they’ll be available when the device launches sometime in the first few months of 2016.