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Oculus Touch is $199, shipping in December

The Oculus Touch controllers are fantastic. They slip over your hands and can detect your individual finger movements precisely enough that you get a convincing sense of immersion while waving your hands around in virtual reality. One of my best experiences with the Oculus Rift was using them to great effect for an upcoming game called Wilson's Heart. Here's the thing, though: they're $199.
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