Because Touch is so 2012

Leap Motion, a soon to be new way to interact with your computer, is set to release “in early 2013.”

The eponymous company behind the motion controller announced yesterday that it’s secured a $30 million round of funding from existing investors. The company says the new funding will help scale manufacturing for the product’s release.

Via Leap Motion:

Leap Motion’s technology can track movements to 1/100th millimeter—smaller than the tip of a pin—with no visible lag time. The Leap Motion controller has a 150-degree field of view, and tracks individual hands and all 10 fingers at 290 frames per second.

Leap Motion has had tremendous demand for its groundbreaking technology since it was announced in May 2012, and more than 40,000 developers have requested Leap Motion developer units to begin creating applications that take advantage of Leap Motion’s unprecedented accuracy and speed. Leap Motion has sent more than 12,000 free developer units to developers around the world, and the Leap Motion controller will ship with an application store where developers can monetize their work and consumers can discover new uses for Leap Motion.

When launched, the controller will be available for PC and Mac, with Linux “on the agenda.”

  1. readerwriterthinker reblogged this from futurejournalismproject
  2. armchairsoapbox reblogged this from futurejournalismproject and added:
    omg i’m in love with this
  3. ditord reblogged this from futurejournalismproject
  4. sabbers21 reblogged this from brooklynmutt
  5. aurif3x reblogged this from algaurizin and added:
    Still so excited for Leap! Have not preordered yet, but really need to. Am looking forward to tinkering with it.
  6. whydontyoulovemeeee4 reblogged this from brooklynmutt and added:
    Whoa. It’s the future.
  7. maneatingbadger reblogged this from brooklynmutt
  8. walterheather reblogged this from anchorsxaway88 and added:
    Holy crap. This is some Tony Stark shit. THIS IS SO AWESOME.
  9. algaurizin reblogged this from brooklynmutt
  10. upyour-- reblogged this from futurejournalismproject
  11. simplicity-waves reblogged this from futurejournalismproject
  12. retrofires reblogged this from brooklynmutt
  13. theinsanityinsideme reblogged this from sellestiall
  14. sellestiall reblogged this from brooklynmutt
  15. anchorsxaway88 reblogged this from brooklynmutt
  16. kissmeviolently reblogged this from futurejournalismproject
  17. ballgunn reblogged this from futurejournalismproject
blog comments powered by Disqus