Leap Motion releases VR Developer Mount and teases prototype Dragonfly sensor for VR headsets

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The hype around virtual reality has reached fever pitch and Leap Motion, not surprisingly, wants a piece of the action. The company today announced an inexpensive VR Developer Mount for its existing Leap Motion Controller, as well as a prototype sensor which it hopes will be adopted by virtual reality headset makers (hint hint, Oculus VR.) As a quick recap, the Leap Motion Controller allows PC and Mac users to control their devices by waving their hands and fingers in front of them. The idea of swiping, pinching, waving and grabbing thin air is similar to Microsoft’s two Kinect sensors,...


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