Third-party accessory makers could find themselves in an undesirable position if Oculus offers its own official motion controller.
Lol and I thought Oculus wouldn't have a motion device.
The Oculus team is trying to develop a cohesive VR platform. VR will not take off if it doesn't have a unified input device. It's up to Oculus to define the standard. They have more at stake than these peripheral hardware companies anyway.
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