Start-up develops 3D motion control with sub-millimeter accuracy. Watch the must see demo video below. This is the future. Who needs gloves like in Minority report, if you can have the Leap Motion Sensor.
Leap Motion 3D Motion Control bests Kinect and Minority Report
A new start-up named Leap Motion shows off a new 3D Motion control system that works with any computer screen. The Leap Motion system consists of a $70 USB device and a software platform. You can control anything on the screen without touching it with unseen accuracy.
The release of the Leap Motion device is somewhen next year. My guess though is that a big guy like Microsoft or Apple is eating them up before release. Watch the impressive demo video below.
I report since over a decade about new gadgets. I got pretty unemotional about new gear and almost never pre-order anymore. I did though just file pre-order for a Leap Motion device.
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