Now that the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is open and in full swing, the first images are now coming out from our team at the show. Oculus VR’s stand has already shown unveiled some interesting information regarding the in-house developed controller, Oculus Touch which was shown at last Thursdays press conference.
The Oculus Touch has two controllers both wireless, each with their own control sticks and buttons but what wasn’t known was how the movement of the controllers transferred in the virtual reality (VR) world.
Below are some images of the sensors for Oculus Touch. Two sensors are mounted in front of the player, around shoulder height and approximately over a shoulder width apart. How far apart isn’t clear, what the minimum or maximum distance is.
VRFocus will report back the latest updates from E3 regarding the Oculus Touch and Oculus Rift.