Oculus is making new VR gloves to get rid of controller peripherals
No more VR controllers!
Facebook is one of the biggest companies out there. They have one of the largest social media platforms, they own Oculus, and Mark Zuckerberg is one of the most successful men of our time. With all those achievements (and more) they have the ability to evolve technology as we know, and that's exactly what they're doing.
During his visit to Oculus' Research Lab in Washington, Mark Zuckerberg got to check out what exactly the team at the VR entrepreneurs are working on. One thing Zuckerberg got to check out were these prototype VR gloves you wear when you're playing the Oculus Rift. This is presumably to help remove peripherals like controllers when playing VR. You can see a picture of Zuckerberg trying out the gloves while smiling like a little kid on Christmas morning above.
"We're working on new ways to bring your hands in virtual and augmented reality," Zuckerberg said. "Wearing these gloves, you can draw, type on a virtual keyboard, and even shoot webs like Spider-Man."
Oculus is also working on things that track your body, eyes, and much more. You can view Zuckerberg's full post below.