With help from Motrr's Galileo 360-robotic spinning platform for iPhone/iPod, the app tracks your movements so you're always on camera.
Better hand sensing and improved software is now available for developers to try in a free beta: Leap Motion's video shows the possibilities.
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.
This calisthenics-based fitness app uses motion tracking to turn you into a supersoldier saving the world. In your head, anyway.
A combination of motion tracking and projection mapping creates animated "makeup" on the face of a moving model.
Like a crystal ball, Spheree contains a projected 3D image that you can interact with and move around.
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Facebook's virtual reality company is readying motion control prototypes for its headsets to offer a more immersive experience for consumers.