Leap Motion has found a new use for its open source AR headset, North Star; table tennis.
The hand-tracking specialist today revealed a new demo for its headset, [...]
Leap Motion continues to improve its hand tracking technology with the latest update today.
Software updates issued over the last few years for Leap Motion’s [...]
We’ve seen some incredible things emerging from Leap Motion since the company hired visionary filmmaker Keiichi Matsuda last year as a vice president leading a new [...]
Over the past five or so years Leap Motion has been pushing hand-tracking VR forward with its controller-free sensor. Today, though, the company is announcing a move into [...]
As mainstream VR/AR input continues to evolve – from the early days of gaze-only input to controllers and fully articulated hand tracking – so too are the virtual user [...]
Explorations in VR Design is a journey through the bleeding edge of VR design – from architecting a space and designing groundbreaking interactions to making users feel [...]