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Leap Motions revolutionary gesture technology
Revolutionary gesture technology demonstrated

06 Jun 2012 | Rasmus Larsen |

We told you about a revolutionary motion gesture system in May developed by Leap Motion. Some doubted the authenticity but Engadget has now released a hands-on video.

Leap’s gesture technology in action

Leap Motion promises to revolutionize the way we interact with our displays, by delivering a motion gesture system that is virtually lag-free and extremely accurate.

Leap Motions gesture technology
Leap Motion wants to revolutionize the way we interact with displays

The technology only requires a small USB dongle and will only cost 70 USD. Everything seemed to good to be true after the promotion video. But it is very real - and it is coming. Engadget has posted a hands-on video showing how the technology works in real-life. It is every bit as impressive as we had hoped for. See the video for yourself (requires Flash).

Read the entire story at here or learn more about Leap Motion’s gesture technology here.

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