Review: Oculus Touch Gives VR a New Dimension

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The new Oculus touch debuts on 12/06/2016 and WSJ tried it out see more below and find details from Amazon below

Published on Dec 5, 2016

Oculus may be late with VR motion controls, but its new $200 pair of controllers is the best yet. Nathan Olivarez-Giles explains why Touch gets a thumbs up. Photo/Video: Emily Prapuolenis/The Wall Street Journal

oculus touch

Oculus RiftPrice: $199.00 & FREE Shipping.
This item will be released on December 6, 2016.

Bring your real hands into virtual environments with this pair of controllers for Oculus Rift.
Natural gestures and finger movement create a sense of true hand presence for more realistic, memorable, and tactile VR.
Constellation tracking lets you manipulate objects in your virtual environment with extraordinary precision.
Explore an expansive list of groundbreaking new Touch experiences on the Oculus Store.
This is an Oculus Rift accessory only. Rift headset sold separately.

Note on Availability: Due to high customer demand, orders placed after Wednesday November 23rd, 2016 may not be delivered until January 2017. We’ll e-mail you with an estimated delivery date as soon as we have more information. Your account will only be charged when we ship the item. Orders will be fulfilled in the order in which they are received.

Reach out and touch

Oculus Touch is a pair of tracked controllers that give you hand presence—the feeling that your virtual hands are actually your own. It takes interaction to the next level.

Unlock human expression

Touch lets you make social gestures like point, wave, and give a thumbs-up. Combined with multiplayer experiences, it unlocks a social element that’s never been experienced in VR.

Intuitive Interaction

Touch lets you manipulate all kinds of objects in the virtual space with precision. Pick up toys, drop blocks, throw firecrackers, and fire laser guns—all with intuitive, natural hand movement.

Familiar inputs. New experiences.

Touch controllers feature traditional action buttons, thumb-sticks and analog triggers that add familiarity to new experiences. These are your controls for grasping, lifting, and more.

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