Imagine a device for your PC that senses your every movement, your every touch. With Leap motion innovation technology coming on the market in mid May 2013 that will be possible. This smart little device picks up your every movement, so what does that mean to the average user I hear you ask.
Well it makes it possible for you to type without your keyboard, maybe draw a painting in mid air, play a bit of air guitar. This records your every action and sends it directly to your laptop/desktop in real time.
Leap Motion Controller is set to ship May 13 for global pre-orders, and available in Best Buy stores May 19. With a starting price of $79.99 that’s quite a cheap investment into this genius innovation.
‘‘It goes where no device has gone before’’
With a wave of a hand or lift of a finger, you’re about to change the way you use your computer. The Leap Motion Controller senses how you move your hands, the way you move them naturally. So you can point, wave, reach, and grab. Even pick something up and put it down. Just like in real life. It’s an amazing device for the things you do every day and for things you never thought you could do.
‘‘Do almost anything without touching anything.’’
You can only do so much on a computer with clicks and taps. But with the Leap Motion Controller and apps, nothing’s holding hands and fingers back.
So they’re wide open to possibilities.
- Browse the web, read articles , flip through photos and play music barely lifting a finger.
- Draw paint, design with your fingertips, you can even use a real pencil or paintbrush.
- Slice failing fruit and shoot bad guys with your finger. Steer cars and fly planes with your hands.
- Sculpt, mould, stretch, bend and build 3d objects. Take things apart and put them back together.
- Reach into the universe , grab the stars and soar around the sun. It’s a whole new way to learn.
- Pick, pluck, strum and drum. Play air guitar, air harm. air everything.
Visit Leap Motion for more details.
A little bit of magic. A lot of freedom.
All that wide open space between you and your computer is now just for hands and fingers. The Leap Motion Controller senses every little move they make, and every big one, too.
Technically speaking, it’s 8 cubic feet of interactive, three-dimensional space. But you can say it’s magic.