This Article was originally published on this site

Microsoft’s Windows Mixed Reality headsets recently started shipping to developers, but they won’t really feel complete until people can get their hands on the accompanying motion controllers, which go on sale this holiday. Microsoft first revealed these controllers in May, and we finally got to check them out a little bit last week, in advance of a public appearance at the IFA electronics show. They’re not the most elegant hardware, but they’re an impressive technical achievement: a pair of full-featured motion controllers that work without any fixed external trackers, just cameras on the VR headset itself.

Like the headsets, Windows Mixed Reality controllers will be released by Microsoft partners, including HP, Lenovo, Dell, and Acer;…

Continue reading…