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Leap Into Your TV – New Motion Control Device

8th August 2012

Anyone who’s used Microsoft’s Kinect will attest not only to its innovation but its potential beyond Xbox gaming. Kinect does have its limitations though, it works best when standing, there’s a small but noticeable lag, you need a relatively large amount of space to use it and there’s definite room for improvement when it comes to precision. Add to that Kinect’s bulk and cost and it won’t be long before someone else steps forward to innovate the innovation. In fact, Leap Motion are about to do exactly that.

“Say goodbye to your mouse and keyboard” is a bold claim, especially as Kinect hasn’t prised controllers out of gamer’s hands. Leap claim their new device is “more accurate than a mouse, as reliable as a keyboard and more sensitive than a touchscreen. For the first time, you can control a computer in three dimensions with your natural hand and finger movements.” These are impressive aspirations that appear to be backed up by the product’s excellent trailer.

Leap is no slouch in the looks department either, borrowing its stylings from the Mac Mini, Leap is tiny and retailing at only $69.99 its price is relatively tiny too. With a system that promises to “fundamentally transform the way people interact with computers” its true success will be measured on the support it receives from developers and software houses. Due for release in February 2013, Leap is proving very a tempting proposition indeed.

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