13 responses

  1. Winkkin
    June 14, 2012

    Applications??!! Shrink it down and put it in my phone!!

  2. Tom Chiverton
    June 19, 2012

    Oh do calm down. It’s obvious it doesn’t have anything like the angular field of view or distance of Kinect. Nice toy for desk workers though…

  3. tdogzthmn
    June 21, 2012

    It’s funny that the article mentions Google glasses. Just last week I ran into members of the Google glasses team (one of them had them on) and mentioned to them how I though a pairing of the two would be inevitable. I even handed them a business card of one of their developers and told him to reach ouch to the folks at Leap. It would be nice to know if anything has come of it but also that I’m not the only who made the connection between the two. There is still a long ways to go before its ready for most consumers but I think what is coming will be great.

  4. Steve T.
    March 30, 2013

    Who would need a device like leap motion? Just use a camera with computer vision software and enjoy the same experience for free. Google for touchless direct 3D interaction and see numerous free alternatives to what leap motion is trying to sell.

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