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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 […]

As we continue to build the next generation of Leap Motion tracking, we’re also making improvements to our software and the Airspace experience. With our latest software release, version 1.2, you’ll now find an experimental feature playground, notifications, and significant improvements to HP embedded devices. Take a look inside!

Less than a month after our last update, we’re rolling out several new features in version 1.1 of the Leap Motion software. Here are some of the new features you’ll find when you update:

We’ve seen how hardware, software, and graphics constraints can all work to produce latency. Now it’s time to put them all together, and ask what we can take away from this analysis.

Latency is an important factor in making any human interface feel right. The Leap Motion Controller has lower latency than other similar products on the market, but exactly how low is it? The honest answer is that it depends on quite a few different variables, some of which are often overlooked.

It took years to design and build the Leap Motion Controller, and our software engineers are the people who bring the potential of the device’s hardware to life. Earlier this week, we asked some members of our software engineering team to talk about their lives, work, and passions. While you can read their full stories […]