We talked to Leap Motion CEO and co-founder Michael Buckwald yesterday who told us that Leap will be teaming up with HP as its first OEM to actually build the Leap technology into products.
The hardware evolution cannot be stopped, and even an app-loving festival like SXSW is getting a taste of this digital evolution. Does this mean the age of apps is over or that we're starting to experiment with new social experiences - ones we can touch?
Gesture control device the Leap Motion Controller is set to hit homes and shelves in less than three months, complete with an official app store and exclusive apps from the likes of Autodesk, Disney, and The Weather Channel.
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The Leap will now come bundled with some select Asus computers, and that's only the start of the company's coming OEM announcements.
Flutter brings gesture control to your Macs' music library via Webcam, and now it has the money to invest in the technology and make the move to Windows.
In our hands-on with The Leap, the new device taking the computing world by storm proves itself.