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It's the weekend, so that means whenever we can, we'll feature a review done by one of our members. Today, Neowin is proud to present a community review of the Leap Motion device.
Leap Motion has finally released the software drivers for the Leap motion gesture add-on for Windows and Mac PCs, allowing people who have already received the device to actually use it.
The Leap motion gesture add-on devices for Windows and Mac PCs are apparently arriving in the hands of the people who have pre-ordered them but it appears that they can't be used until Monday.
Leap Motion has announced that the first shipments of its long awaited Leap motion gesture add-on for PC should start this week, with delivery to per-order customers on July 22nd.
Leap Motion has released a new video showing how its upcoming PC add-on allows users to interact with Windows 8 by just moving their fingers in the air to accomplish tasks.
The launch of the Leap motion gesture add-on hardware for Windows and Mac PCs has been delayed by its creators at Leap Motion in order to give the product some additional testing time.
Leap Motion has announced that its upcoming motion sensing hardware add-on will be bundled with some HP Windows 8 PCs and will eventually be embedded inside upcoming HP PC products.
Leap Motion announced that its' Leap motion gesture add-on for Windows and Mac PCs would start shipping for pre-orders on May 13th, with Best Buy selling the device starting May 19th.
Leap Motion, which announced plans in May for its highly responsive PC and Mac add-on motion sensing device, has announced that over 26,000 developers have applied for a free SDK.
We chat with Leap Motion CEO Michael Buckwald as he gives a little more information about Leap, the upcoming motion gesture capture device for the PC and Mac that's due out later this winter.
The makers of the upcoming Leap motion sensing device claims that the hardware is so small, it could be built into laptops and that it is in talks with PC makers to do just that.
Leap Motion has announced plans to release a PC and Mac add-on motion sensing interface device that it claims is "200 times more accurate than anything else on the market."
Two new job listings on Microsoft's web site indicate that the company is possibly adding two new development teams to work on projects based on the Kinect motion gesture device.
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