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  Leap Motion 3D motion control bundles with Asus PCs

Sunday, January 6th, 2013 | In News & The Events | Tags: , ,

Leap Motion, the company that develops advanced motion sensing technology for human-computer interaction, has announced one of its first global OEM partnerships with Asus to bundle its World’s most accurate 3D Motion-Control Technology with Asus’ computers and high-end notebooks using Intel’s Haswell platform.

Leap Motion 3D motion control bundles with Asus PCs
~ Leap Motion 3D motion control bundles with Asus PCs ~

This ground-breaking partnership brings the future of computer interaction to everyone around the World and Leap Motion will deliver the incredibly fast and accurate natural user interface for better interaction between humans and computers.

Leap Motion’s incredible speed and precision will definitely help to fuel its momentum and leadership in the industry. The technology can track movement to 1/ 100th millimetre, which is smaller than the tip of a pin with no visible lag time and the Leap Motion controller has a 150-degree field of view, track individual hand and all 10 finger at 290 frames per second.

According to the Leap Motion, the OEMs that adopt 3D motion control technology, they are spurring a rapid evolution in computer interface and helping free the full power and potential of computing for their consumers.

Information via leapmotion.

  Leap announces new 3D motion control system

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012 | In Info & Technology | Tags: ,

Leap, represents an entirely new way to interact with the computers. A new start-up company Leap Motion located at San Francisco has just announced its new 3D motion control system, which utilizes the leap technology that has 200 times more sensitive than existing touch-free products and technologies on the market.

Leap announces new 3D motion control system
~ Leap announces new 3D motion control system ~

It is just about the size of a flash drive that capable to creates a 3D interaction space of eight cubic feet to precisely interact with and control software on the laptop or desktop computer. Leap can distinguish individual fingers and track the movement down to a 1/ 100th of a milimeter.
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