Oculus unveils final version of Rift headset, announces partnership with Microsoft
Oculus also unveiled a controller it calls Oculus Touch. Featuring both tracked and traditional input, the Oculus Touch aims to provide a more immersive virtual reality experience allows users to see their hands in virtual reality. This will enable functionality such as picking up objects and firing a gun.
Oculus Touch pre-orders will commence alongside pre-orders for the Oculus Rift. The two will be sold separately, and Oculus Touch is slated to ship in the first half of 2016, whereas the Oculus Rift is scheduled for the first quarter.