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// Leap Motion

With the rise of new 3D web technologies, many of the most amazing Leap Motion apps live entirely online. This week, reach into Chrome and explore intricate virtual anatomy models. Plus, challenge your friends and the computer to a real-time game of geodetic shapes, destroy evil demons in a mysterious labyrinth, and create your own […]

Ever since the first human stacked one brick onto another, architecture has been concerned with creating immovable things. Even with the rise of smart interconnected environments – where lights, heating, doors, and other systems within a building all work together – the physical structures of our buildings remain the same. As a result, the movements […]

Whether taking aerial photos, delivering books, or flipping through the air for fun, quadrotor drones are now more popular than ever. At the same time, developers are continually experimenting with new ways to control them. Here are four videos from Leap Motion developers who hacked quadrotors to create touchless motion-controlled flying machines.

This week in Airspace, stay alive for a minute at a time with Flow Studio’s newest fast-paced arcade game. Plus, foosball reimagined, match-3 cubes, Korean pop rhythms, an alcoholic balancing act, and 3D interactive mechanical models.

In the olden days, before the rise of high-speed Internet, LAN parties were the best way to bring PC gamers together. Now, as gamers tire of being cursed out by foul-mouthed 12-year-olds, LAN parties are making a comeback. Fighting for glory and prizes, they come together under the same roof, often for days at a stretch.

Every day, we’re surrounded by invisible connections that create an alternate landscape of data highs and lows. This week in Airspace, reach into five invisible cities around the world and watch the terrain warp over time. Plus, four new games, a musical journey through the stars, and an app to help you hand-eye coordination.

Stuck on a present for your favorite tech lover? Buying new devices can be a tough decision, but we’re here to help. The Leap Motion Controller lets you interact with your Mac or PC with natural hand movements – just swipe, pinch, and wave in the air to make amazing things happen. Here are four […]

Let’s face it – sometimes a computer just isn’t enough. Whether you’re playing a friendly game or crushing your enemies into dust, there’s nothing like pitting your wits and skills against another gamer. From shooting down enemy pilots and smashing orcs with online multiplayer, to playing competitive arcade, pub, and puzzle games at home, here […]

Ever wanted to smack a troll in the face with a smelly fish? Thanks to the latest free Airspace game, your wait is finally over. Also free this week, play with a magical puppet theater and learn how to write the letters of the alphabet. Plus, defeat wisecracking aliens and read the latest business news […]

Last week, we showed you how easy it is to create a sculpture in the air with Sculpting and get it delivered straight to your mailbox. But what if you could cut out the wait? What if you could walk into a shop with an idea, and come out with an object in your hands?