Leap Motion takes a big step forward with the public beta of its next-gen software to track hands

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Leap Motion’s 3D gesture control has taken a big step forward today after the company made the second-generation version of its software available in public beta for developers. Currently, the Leap Motion software can only track all five fingers, but Version 2 is able to track “the actual joints and bones inside each of the user’s fingers.” This means that it can detect fingers the sensors can’t see, allowing you to do things like fold your hands. The new tracking has been in the works for over a year, but today’s release is only the first of “several major updates”...



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