January 4th, 2013
pejmanyousefzadeh

wired:

Creating a powerful new input device for computers is hard, but not as hard as convincing people to ditch the mouse for something entirely new. Like, say, waving your hands in the air. You can either hand them out on street corner (bad idea), or bundle them with a computer maker. Leap Motion is doing the latter.

Getting rid of a mouse might help alleviate repetitive motion syndrome; yet another reason to further perfect and popularize this technology.

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    Leap Motion is amazing.
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