HP's new Leap Motion laptop has a built-in motion and fingerprint sensors.
Leap Motion's Kinect-like PC motion controller has its moments of magic, but right now it's more toy than productivity tool.
Better hand sensing and improved software is now available for developers to try in a free beta: Leap Motion's video shows the possibilities.
Get your "Minority Report" on with this futuristic controller for games, education, artistic expression, and more. Plus: two sweet bonus-deal freebies!
HP has added Leap Motion's matchbox-sized motion sensor into 11 new desktop and all-in-one PCs, joining the original HP Envy 17 Leap Motion laptop.
Hewlett-Packard was the first manufacturer to incorporate Leap Motion's technology directly into a computer. Now the company has added a wide variety of new machines to the mix.
Acer's diving into fitness with the Leap, a new smartband to accompany the Liquid Jade phone. We went hands-on at Computex.
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A huge update for the Leap Motion Controller, which recently launched in Australia, will significantly change the way it interacts with users' hands.
We're not at "Minority Report" quite yet, but the latest Leap Motion upgrade and its new Freeform software have brought us one step closer to the dream of next-gen computing.
The controller that allows you to bypass your keyboard and mouse in favor of using your fingers as a computer interface will soon recognize users' whole hands. Leap Motion's cofounders David Holz and Michael Buckwald preview the upcoming upgrade plus a new modeling app that aims to let you create 3D objects intuitively.