Technology

25/03/2013

Leap Motion Controller

Leap Motion Controller

Touchscreens are just now becoming the popular thing but the idea of actually having to touch a screen is already becoming outdated because of the Leap Motion Controller.

When it comes to computers, there’s a lot of touching involved.

You have to put your hands on the keyboard, the mouse, even the screen to accomplish anything, but there’s a new tech toy entering the neighborhood that makes the air in front of you the control panel.

With this tiny little gadget connected to your computer via USB, you can “do everything without touching anything.”

Put all that empty air between you and the computer to good use. The Leap Motion Controller will be available May 13, 2013 but it can be pre-ordered now for $79.99 at LeapMotion.

 






 
 

 
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