Leap informed today that the company received more than 26,000 developer applications.
Leap unveiled their very cool $69.99 motion controller two month ago. The feedback from the developers has been enormous. Over 26,000 want to develop for the Leap controller.
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Developers would like to develop apps for the Leap controller in the following segments:
- Games – 14%
- Music and video – 12%
- Art and design – 11%
- Science and medicine – 8%
- Robotics – 6%
- Web and social media – 6%
- Education – 4%
Other popular apps for the Leap include computer-aided software design, translating sign language, using the Leap to drive a car or plane, supporting physical rehabilitation and physical disabilities and special needs, manipulating photos and videos, and creating new types of art.