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Bare hands are the future of VR, says Microsoft Research (Tomorrow Daily 386 show notes)

Because game controllers in virtual reality are SO last-gen.

Using controllers alongside VR headsets like Oculus Rift and HTC Vive make for immersive experiences, but Microsoft Research just released a video showing off a concept allowing a player to precisely interact with objects in VR using their bare hands.

We're also taking a look at an interesting open source project from Google. Google Bloks offers a series of little pucks that can be programmed and used to teach kids coding in a tactile way, without the use of an app on a screen. Which toy manufacturers do you think should look to incorporate this kind of tech?

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Microsoft Research wants you to kill VR zombies with your bare hands someday (Tomorrow Daily Podcast 386)

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