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HTC's Vive Tracker adds lots of accessories to your VR games

It screws into separately-sold accessories like retro-looking NES light guns, tennis rackets or elastic straps that velcro onto your arms and legs.
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Vive Tracker

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HTC's evolution of VR accessories, Vive Tracker, is a modular motion-tracking gadget that adds extra tracking in some games, but isn't worth the hassle.

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