Take a look at the new COSMOS controllers #HTCVIVE . The easy-to-use controls and seamless tracking of the VIVE COSMOS controllers allow you to better control your VR experience. Visit our website for more COSMOS announcements. https://t.co/oVcV3a2JKU pic.twitter.com/gVSq7vqQqu
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While the Vive Cosmos and Oculus touch controllers both have a loop design with buttons and joysticks placed on opposite sides. You should hold the touch with your thumbs at the top of the loop where the keys are located. The controls of the Cosmos are instead in . The video also indicates that the devices are immediately compatible with your existing VR experiences.
HTC still has not announced when the Vive Cosmos system should be released or how much the bundle including the headset costs. However, the company has made it clear at CES that it is not a standalone system like the Vive Focus and needs a processing source to work. However, HTC officials at the event said they could potentially run a smartphone on a PC or making it more portable than just PC platforms.