VR controllers are devices that are used to interact with virtual reality (VR) environments. They are designed to mimic the actions of the user’s hands and fingers, allowing them to interact with objects and manipulate them in a natural and intuitive way. VR controllers typically include buttons, joysticks, and other controls that allow the user to move, select, and manipulate objects in the virtual environment. Some examples of VR controllers include the Oculus Touch, the HTC Vive wands, and PlayStation Move controllers. They are used to track the movement of the user’s hands and fingers, providing a more immersive experience in virtual reality.