Swimming through oceans of qualitative human data can be exhausting. But for our User Experience Research team, anecdotal insights are their bread and butter. This week, I caught up with two of our most out-of-the-box UX designers to learn about their no-frills approach to testing 3D motion control applications in the wild – and why […]
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At Leap Motion, we want to make interaction with technology as seamless and natural as the real world. V2 skeletal tracking, which we released into public developer beta yesterday, was built to provide a new level of tracking robustness to hands, and to expose full degrees of freedom for every moving part of the hand.