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Old     (crissmith)      Join Date: Feb 2013       04-22-2013, 1:44 AM Reply   
When we use computers as efficiency tools to boost the way we work and play, we do not want to be slowed down by a sub-standard input gadget like the conventional mouse and keyboard. The idea of a more organic, empty-handed, natural-motion controller like the Microsoft Kinect is well-liked, but execution has mostly failed to meet anticipations. According to Wired, however, there's a brand new controller called the Leap Motion that may have mastered the motion controller. Resource for this article: visit now within https://personalmoneynetwork.com

Produces a 3D room

The Leap Motion is fairly cool since it produces an 8 cubic feet room that is 3D rather than the 2-D image of a player produced by the Microsoft Kinect camera, according to Wired. That me and also you can used hands, pens and random objects with the Leap Motion in order to achieve your goal. The motion in the Leap Motion is also much more sensitive than the Kinect, making it more accurate during games.

Industry to get Leap Motion

In an effort to easily inject the Motion to the mass industry, Leap Motion the business publicized recently that the 3-D motion controller will be pre-installed with select Asus-brand all-in-one PC laptops. Sold-alone Motion controllers are also expected to go on sale soon.

Windows integration

Leap Motion is reportedly well-integrated with the newest rendition of Windows, which is Windows 8. The Live Tiles feature can be manipulated via hand movements in room, making contact with the display screen unnecessary. This is an experience that Leap Motion CEO Michael Buckwald predictably considers to be optimal for Windows 8, and will be optimal for OS X and mobile phones in the near future.

Info on Leap Motion

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_d6KuiuteIA

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Forbes

Leap Motion

Wired

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