As part of Valve's three-pronged announcement last week, the Steam Controller was the finishing touch on Valve's direct assault on console domination of the living room.
In the second of three announcements, the game developer and digital distributor is inviting 300 Steam users to beta-test a prototype this year.
Jeri Ellsworth and Rick Johnson have developed castAR, a new headset for 3D augmented-reality and virtual-reality gaming.
A short video from Valve shows its new controller working on a variety of different games.
More information emerges on what Valve will be offering in its initial 300 Steam Machine prototypes.
Later this year, 300 prototypes of Valve's recently unveiled living room box will go out to select users for a beta test. Here are the specs at last.
In the quest for the living room, Valve begins testing a new video game system with a unique controller. Also, Facebook tweaks advertisements, and AOL launches discounted bundles of digital goods with Gathr.
Valve has lifted the lid on a new type of controller, with a touchscreen, trackpads, and buzzing feedback.
Valve reveals its very own controller -- with two circular trackpads -- joining the company's new operating system and custom hardware prototypes announced earlier this week.
Hot on the heels of SteamOS, Valve unveils the Steam Machine hardware and gets its community to start testing.