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Tech : Leap Motion fine tuning commerical MO-CAP for the masses. (video fromCNET.)

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Published on May 21, 2012

Tech : motion capture control has come leaps and bounds in recent years. Mainly of recent with the Microsoft Kinect. But next year is looking to fine tune our control, nearer and then beyond that of 'Minority Report' style tech (minority report used special gloves, Kinect and this don't).

Check out this video from hardware & software developer 'Leap Motion', showcasing their current input device that can recognise individual fingers with ease in a 4 foot 3D space. Especially note the visuals (in the accompanied video) the device generates when showing its recognised input. Just wow.

Apparently when released next year the hardware looks to be around the £70 mark. (I know it says $70, but with the UK tax / import it normally is around the same in direct currency switch around ;) .)

co - CNET

http://news.cnet.com/8301-11386_3-574...
© 2012 CBS Interactive. All rights reserved.

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