After a seven-month wait, the Leap Motion Controller is now shipping to its initial customers so that they can pretend to be Tom Cruise in "Minority Report" and casually move their hands around in the air in order to control a computer across the other side of the room, informs Hindustan Times.
The device works with specialized apps found in the Leap Airspace Store. At present, there are 75 or so apps to choose from including games, productivity apps and creative tools. Most are either free or cost a couple of bucks to purchase, says TechSpot.
Hopefully, Leap Motion has generated enough buzz to stay around as more developers begin to build out the right apps to match the groundbreaking technology-because it sure does look promising, reports Atlanta Black Star.
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