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PostThe Leap (Gesture Control) by RubberJonny

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About The Leap.
This thing is truely phenomenal! You can preorder from their website (linked above) and it's only $70 (£45) before P&P!
A new USB device, called The Leap, creates an 8-cubic-feet bubble of “interaction space,” which detects your hand gestures down to an accuracy of 0.01 millimeters — about 200 times more accurate than “existing touch-free products and technologies,” such as your smartphone’s touchscreen… or Microsoft Kinect.
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» Sat May 26, 2012 12:59 pm «Top

PostRe: The Leap (Gesture Control) by butcher

seen this a while ago never looked at it but i really want one feel like im in minority report or something would be great if it where compatable with the like of auto cad and maya and other programs like that but for 70 euro it would be well worth it to show off as long as its practial. pitty they dont ship until december
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» Mon May 28, 2012 1:12 pm «Top

PostRe: The Leap (Gesture Control) by butcher

also some sort of sexy woman when you move your arms and such her boobs wiggle that would be awsome any developers out there:P
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PostRe: The Leap (Gesture Control) by Runner

Looks really good, kinda in the hands of 3rd party developers now like the ipad and iphone were :)
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» Tue May 29, 2012 11:53 am «Top

PostRe: The Leap (Gesture Control) by Tirielis

contractor at work has ordered one of these ... hes thinking to trying to make something that shops could put in their windows which you could interact with from outside
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» Mon Jul 23, 2012 3:33 pm «Top

PostRe: The Leap (Gesture Control) by RubberJonny

Tirielis wrote:contractor at work has ordered one of these ... hes thinking to trying to make something that shops could put in their windows which you could interact with from outside.
That sounds like a really good idea. I'd love to see how they do it if you can keep up to date with their progress it'd be appreciated, thank you.

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PostRe: The Leap (Gesture Control) by Jasperman

RubberJonny wrote:
Tirielis wrote:contractor at work has ordered one of these ... hes thinking to trying to make something that shops could put in their windows which you could interact with from outside.
That sounds like a really good idea. I'd love to see how they do it if you can keep up to date with their progress it'd be appreciated, thank you.

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I could think of a few practical reasons for it but none are not to do with work :/
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» Thu Jul 26, 2012 10:22 am «Top

PostRe: The Leap (Gesture Control) by RubberJonny

Hands on:
www.youtube.com Video from : www.youtube.com

Based on how well Avi uses the device in the video above the complaints about how fiddly the device can be seem they can be over come with practice. The negative Amazon user reviews in particular feel like out of the box reviews from people who have put no time in to getting used to the device.

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Available from Amazon and the Leap Motion Website.

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