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For decades, motion controls have held a persistent place in our visions of the future. We’ve watched the super heroes, mad scientists, and space cowboys of popular media control digital experiences with just a wave of their hands. We’ve been captivated by these powerful, natural, and intuitive interactions; imagining what it would be like to […]

What will our digital lives look like in 50 years? At last week’s NeuroGaming conference, David Holz discussed creating timeless experiences and how the digital is increasingly becoming an elemental part of being human. Plus, science and math education through gaming, “wearing” a robotic arm, designing a new art interface, and Ars Technica’s easy guide […]

Drones humming, robots whirring, brains buzzing – hackathon season is in the air! This week on the blog, we’re featuring highlights from LA Hacks, NeuroGaming, and Game+Hack.

Want to wow the crowd at your next presentation? Build the ultimate presentation with Leap Motion and Google Glass. Plus, motion control design on Gamasutra, how AnimakeIt! is making animation easy, slicing a point cloud, colorpicker UI tips, and touchless rotisserie. To subscribe to our developer newsletter and get updates through email, click here.

LivePainter wants to change how we create animations with a motion-controlled in-browser platform.

With new features and a variety of under-the-hood improvements, version 1.2 of Airspace Home and our core software is now available – download it today! Then, kick up your heels and explore endless streams of incredible videos with Vimeo Couch Mode and Leap Motion. Also this week, discover how you can get started with Three.js […]

Patrick Catanzariti loves to play with new technologies and mash them together. Since his recent post about motion control’s place in the smart environments of the future, he’s been tinkering with JavaScript to see how the Leap Motion Controller could be used to control calls on an Android phone. His latest experiment mutes the the ring […]

Everything is awesome with robots. This week on Developer Labs, see how you can build your own Leap Motion-controlled Lego® robot, and how NASA continues to push the boundaries of their six-legged space rover prototype.

One of the biggest obstacles to scientific understanding is our limited ability to interact with technology and big data. This weekend, thousands of people around the world will unite in a massive international hackathon – solving global problems with the power of data and code.

Earlier this year, visitors to Champlain College in Vermont discovered a strange shape emerging from the snowy campus courtyard. Created by Craig Winslow and Justin Kuzma, the duo behind last year’s immersive forest experience Growth, ZX is a 10-foot geometric structure that combines projection mapping with Leap Motion technology. Recently, we caught up with Craig […]