The PS3 can support a ton of controllers, even ones that are meant for newer consoles
This is true, as long as they have PS3, PS4 or PS5 compatibility (the later two since PS3 System Software update 4.60).
But do oculus controllers work with the PS3?
They don't work with the PS3, as they don't have a compatibility mode for PS3/4/5.
I think you have it wrong: many controllers support PS3 compatibility, not the other way around. Oculus was never designed with PS3 or even PlayStation compatibility at all. It is supposed to be used on a PC, because consoles don't have the processing power (at least, in the past) to support VR.
To answer your question: no, unfortunately.
I don't think so.
According to WIRED:
PS5 uses "highly programmable" voice-coil actuators to deliver vibration.
These little motors are the same kind of technology that allows speakers to vibrate and create sound, which means they're able to produce much more precise movements than the larger, spinning rumble motors.
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