Grab on to Virtual Reality With the Oculus Touch

The Oculus Touch was revealed by the Oculus VR team last week as part of its pre-E3 press conference. The controller, presented on stage, is supposed more closely mimic our natural movements in virtual reality. It's set to come out by the middle of next year, a few months after the consumer version of the Oculus Rift. The Oculus Touch itself fits comfortably in your hand. The best analog in size would be the Wii Remote’s nunchuck accessory, but with lot more going on. There are two triggers that fit comfortably beneath your fingers: one under the index finger, and a lower, larger trigger beneath your middle, ring and pinky finger. There is a single button and more traditional analog stick at the top of your controller. The Touch controller’s circular sensor never touches your hands.