Leap Motion demonstrates how its much-awaited gesture controller can be used to interact with Windows 8. The tiny sensor lets you use multi-touch gestures in mid-air. We want to control our TVs this way. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $...
BGR took an in-depth look at Leap Motion’s revolutionary motion-control PC accessory last year, and we loved the accuracy and shocking reliability of Leap’s technology. The controller was only compatible with Mac computers at the time, however. Show More Summary
Leap Motion doesn't have to replace your PC's mouse, but it certainly can. A new video from Leap shows how hand and finger gestures may be used to point, click, zoom, and scroll your way through Windows 8. Although Leap wants developers...Show More Summary
Leap Motion is on its way. With the clock ticking down to the PC gesture controller’s July 22 launch, Leap has a brand new teaser video that showcases the device’s interaction with Windows. If you'd forgotten how exciting Leap was when...Show More Summary
Leap Motion, the device built to bring touch-like gesture controls -without a touch screen- will enter into its beta phase soon. Before that, the company has posted a video to show what its vision for Leap Motion on Windows 8: [...] Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
"We want our users to have a magical experience, with easy and natural movements in the air leading to amazing interactions," co-founder David Holz said. "Leap Motion's mission is to break down the barriers between people and technology."
Today Leap Motion, a company building a motion-capture device that allows people to interact with computers sans touching them, released a video of its device in action with Windows 8.... Keep reading ?
We've already seen what the Leap Motion can do in apps that support it, but it stands to make your everyday OS-level boredom into a futuristic gesture-controlled wonderland too. This new video shows exactly what kind of applications you can look forward to on your Windows 8 machine, at it seems at least as cool as touch. Read more...
Leap Motion was showing off its still unreleased gesture motion controller for computers at Google I/O 2013. The demo unit allowed you to use the controller to navigate Google Earth, and the functionality felt ready for prime time to me, as this was the first time I'd ever used the Leap Motion. Show More Summary
Google Earth's desktop version added Leap Motion controls in version 7.1, and now its Android counterpart has picked up a few new features. Available today, version 7.1 introduces Street View which lets users take Pegman from space to your neighborhood with the power of a double tap. Show More Summary
Scopis Medical (Beriln, Germany) is unveiling its touch-free Scopis Navigation System that utilizes the soon to be released Leap Motion Controller to browse and manipulate radiological images on the screen. Most other touchless navigation systems in development have relied on the Microsoft Kinect 3D camera (see flashbacks below). Show More Summary
DoubleFine's new musical action game uses the crazy-accurate Leap Motion to directly track your fingertips.
By Eliot Van Buskirk of Evolver.fm. Microsoft’s Kinect proved that real people are actually interested in moving their bodies to motion-control stuff on a screen. Leap Motion, whose $70 motion detector is decoupled from a gaming console, could end up having a wider impact. Show More Summary
Microsoft’s Kinect proved that real people are actually interested in moving their bodies to motion-control stuff on a screen. Leap Motion, whose $70 motion detector is decoupled from a gaming console, could end up having a wider impact. Show More Summary
One of the hacks at Disrupt NY's Hackathon this year employed hardware startup Leap Motion's new 3D gesture controller, which unfortunately just ran into a delay. Leap Motion's issues aside, this project, the combined effort of Chao Huang, Cedrich Pinson and Jorge Martinez, brings a Facebook Home-style experience to the desktop.
Earlier in the week, we read on how Leap Motion and Google have come together to deliver a far out Google Earth experience. The thing is, you will need a Leap Motion sensor to go through a pseudo-Superman like experience, but the sad part about all of this is, an unexpected delay has cropped up. Show More Summary
Leap Motion said Thursday that it will be delaying shipments of its device, which allows users to control their PCs with gestures. The company had originally planned to ship its accessories the week of May 13, but said Thursday in a conference call that it will push that date back to July 22. Show More Summary
The hardware controller for Leap Motion’s futuristic gesture tech was slated to arrive in stores on May 19th. Now Leap Motion is having to delay its public release until July 27th. The reason for the delay is the need for more beta testing and integration with partners who will support the gesture-based platform. In case [...]Show More Summary
Originally slated for launch next month, the Leap Motion controller will now see public release at the end of July, with the company saying a larger and longer beta testing period is needed to ensure a quality product.
Those who pre-ordered Leap Motion’s 3D motion controller will have to wait a couple months longer to get one. Leap has delayed the ship date for the motion controller until July 22. The company had planned to start shipping on May 19, but says it needs more time to test the software. Show More Summary