A gesture in virtual reality (VR) refers to the use of hand or body movements to interact with the virtual environment. These gestures can be captured using VR controllers or motion-sensing technology and can be used to perform actions such as picking up objects, pointing, and making selections. Headsets that have motion-sensing technology typically use a combination of sensors, including infrared cameras and accelerometers, to track the movement and position of the user’s hands in real-time. Examples of VR headsets with hand-tracking capability are Oculus Quest, Oculus Quest 2, and Valve Index. Some VR systems also use voice commands and other forms of input in addition to gestures.

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