Leap Motion Touch-Free Controller

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Shaking the tech scene the same way touch screen technology did all those years ago, Leap Motion technology promises a more “magical experience” for users when their touch free navigation controller hits shelves later this summer.

Touchscreen devices are great and all, but sticky fingers leave behind dirt, grime, and those hard to clean streaks across the screen of your device. Leap Motion offers a new touch free solution for both PC and Mac users, allowing users to simply wave their hand and lift their fingers to control their device. From the looks of the video, the actual movements are similar to those you would normally make on a touchscreen device, but without ever actually having to touch the screen.  This revolutionary gadget will be available on July 29th, and will retail for about $80. Check out the video below.

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