A $70 gizmo from Leap Motion could change the way we interact with computers – and eventually, lots of other things, too.
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That mindblowing video has been viewed more than 7 million times since Leap Motion put it on YouTube last May. Basically the engineers at Leap Motion have invented the 3D user interface of the future. You don’t use a keyboard and mouse; you don’t even use a touch screen. You just move your fingers in the air, and, as if by magic, with zero latency and pinpoint accuracy, stuff happens on your screen. Think of Microsoft’s Kinect controller, but way better. Leap Motion claims its device is 200 times more accurate than anything on the market and can track your finger movements down to 1/100th of a millimeter.
Awesome new technology. Perhaps those tablet fingerprints will be a thing of the past 😉 The best gesture control system ever tested!
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