They believe that simple, natural input is key to unlocking the immense power of technology. With Leap Motion, you can interact with digital content in virtual and augmented reality, Mac and PC using your hands just as you would in the real world. Their unique combination of software and hardware tracks the movement of hands and fingers with very low latency, converting in into 3D input.
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