Oculus Quest Becomes the First VR Headset With Hand Tracking

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A good VR experience can make you feel like you could reach out and touch things in the virtual world. You can’t of course, but the Oculus Quest is getting you one step closer with full hand tracking technology. You can set down the controllers, and the headset will follow your hands, rendering them in the virtual world with the help of its cameras.

The number of Oculus headsets has increased over the last few years, making it a challenge to know which system does what. Previously, the company just had the Rift headset for PCs. Now, there’s a Rift S for PC gaming and the Oculus Go for smart-phone style mobile VR. The Oculus QuestSEEAMAZON_ET_135 See Amazon ET commerce is right in the middle, which has been something of a sweet spot for consumers. This $399 standalone headset is more powerful than the Oculus Go, has real-world “inside-out tracking” location awareness, and…

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