"When Rift goes on sale, it will have an Xbox One controller in the box, and will rely on Windows 10 PCs and Xbox One consoles to feed it games. Microsoft benefits from adding a virtual-reality component to the Xbox because Sony is set to launch its own Project Morpheus headset next year. However, Microsoft is also working on its own augmented-reality technology, called HoloLens, that is intended to be used in gaming, among other applications."Oculus Unveils Rift Headset and Prototype Touch Hand Controls - Personal Tech News - WSJ
Friday, June 12, 2015
Oculus Unveils Rift Headset and Prototype Touch Hand Controls - Personal Tech News - WSJ
Later in the article, referencing the new Touch controllers: "Ending its presentation with talk of prototypes is fitting for Oculus given that, so far, that’s all the company has made. In fact, Oculus’s consumer launch might be one of the longest, slowest product launches in tech history."