Oculus Rift maker Oculus has purchased Israeli-based 3D hand-sensing technology company Pebbles Interfaces. The company's technology uses cameras and sensors to generate a 3D model of your hands that can be used with VR interfaces. Those 3D generated models of your hands can then be used within the interface to interact with objects within the virtual space.
Oculus, which is owned by Facebook, did not disclose how much it paid for the firm. The company did say that Pebbles Interfaces' employees would be folded into the Oculus family.