10 Most Exciting New Experiments with Leap Motion


Leap Motion has arrived and even though we have all heard about the difficulties and challenges of using Leap to for precise control, the device nonetheless has created a domain for interacting with digital in a refreshing new way. If one tries to apply same principles we use mouse input for it will most definitely fail. Experiments like controlling the desktop, browser, etc most definitely have shortcomings over the more traditional mouse and keyboard input -- don't forget the content we use daily on the screen has been designed for mouse and keyboard. Once we take a step back and look at new ways and opportunities Leap Motion provides, we seek out new ways to control and design new type of content that may not at all be utilitarian, instead it may offer a brief glimpse into where human-computer interaction may be heading.

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