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Touching things in VR with your real hands is a total game changer

The first thing you instinctively want to do after strapping on a VR headset and diving into a virtual world is to reach out and touch what you see. Unfortunately, this is not a reality on today’s most popular VR headsets. Well, official support isn’t. Instead, VR headsets either rely on traditional gamepads like the Xbox One controller (Oculus Rift), custom hand controllers (HTC Vive/Rift), side-mounted touchpads on the headset (Samsung Gear VR), or wireless…

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Touching things in VR with your real hands is a total game changer

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