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Leap Motion has provided deeper insight into the future of touch-free computing by showing us just what interaction is capable on Windows 8.
To celebrate Earth Day, Google Earth today announced support for Leap Motion's touch-free 3D motion controller, letting you navigate Google Earth with simple hand gestures.
Leap Motion has announced a partnership with HP to embed 3D motion control in a line of computers.
This relationship will start with the Leap Motion Controller bundled with select upcoming products, and will evolve into this innovative form of human/computer interaction being embedded right into a set of HP products.
Norwegian company Elliptic Labs has launched a new touch-less gesturing control that uses ultrasound technology to translate hand movements, and bring a 'Minority Report' style implementation to Windows 8.
In a project headed by Microsoft Research, a team of researchers are busy putting together and testing a new wrist-mounted prototype that can track finger movement to within one hundredth of a centimetre and interpret simple gestures all in real-time.
San Francisco based startup Leap Motion has unveiled what they simple call the Leap: a component the size of a thumb drive that will enable you to control your computer with gestures. Think Tom Cruise in Minority Report and you'll get the general idea.