TrinityVR is making a motion-control gun for virtual reality gaming
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There may soon be a new controller for the Oculus Rift. TrinityVR has launched a Kickstarter for a controller they’re calling the Trinity Magnum, a motion-tracking gun designed for first-person shooter play in virtual reality. The gun is designed to sell for under $100, and allow a new level of immersion in a VR setting. Physical movements would track directly onto the virtual version of the gun, allowing a player to aim at a variety of targets without changing the player view. The result “makes you feel like you’re truly interacting with the object in the game world,” according to the project description.