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Hands-on With Leap Motion Hand-Tracking In Qualcomm’s Standalone Headset

Finally jumping the hurdle of VR input will eventually require a combination of many different technologies currently in their infancy. Hand-tracking looks likely to play a [...]

 
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Intel’s ‘Merged Reality’ Demo Brings Actual Hands Into VR on Oculus Rift

The bleachers at Intel’s CES sprawling booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center were packed to the gills with eager technophiles waiting to see something incredible [...]

 
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We Tried Leap Motion’s New Hand Tracking Module On Gear VR

Leap Motion is a young technology company that is perhaps best known at this point for what it sells at your local Best Buy. It’s a $79.99 virtual reality peripheral [...]

 
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Intel Buying Movidius Underscores High Stakes In Search For VR’s Holy Grail

The stakes are high, and a failure to invest in the right technology today could have dire consequences for the technology industry’s biggest players tomorrow. With [...]

 
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Gear VR Capable Of Hand Tracking Via USB-C And Leap Motion

One of the big new features of the Samsung Note 7 and its new Gear VR is USB-C — the new standard that’s not only easier to connect because the plug is [...]

 
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Leap Motion’s Interaction Engine Beta Can Make Virtual Hands More Useful

Controller-free hand-tracking company Leap Motion is preparing for the day we ditch our position-tracked controllers with its new Interaction Engine, which is launching as [...]

 
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Hands-On: Manus VR Arm And Finger Tracking System Now In Production

Regardless of whether or not you prefer the HTC Vive or the Oculus Touch, or maybe the PlayStation Move controllers, the fact remains none of these solutions actually offer [...]

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