This week in Airspace, we have three new titles for Windows, including an alien flying game, an experimental typing app, and a new app for controlling your computer. Plus, we have a free presentation app for Mac that you can control with gestures.
Catch Up Calu!: Weave through outer space, farmlands, canyons, and cityscapes to catch up with your fellow alien invaders in this new Windows game from Stutzwerks. Along the way, you can collect power-ups and shoot enemies.
Kontrol: The latest in our growing suite of OS interaction titles, SeekPi’s Kontrol lives in your Windows system tray, so you can easily configure a whole host of one- and two-handed gestures. Activate keyboard shortcuts, control your mouse, scroll through websites, and launch applications.
Productivity & Utilities
Presentable: Create streamlined presentations that incorporate images, videos, PDFs, and web content with this versatile free app from Lacquer oy/ltd. Using your Leap Motion Controller, you can change slides, scroll through web pages, and control a virtual laser pointer.
Erghis First: Created by Erghis Technologies, this Windows app represents a whole new approach to touch-free writing. Instead of emulating a keyboard, it uses a virtual orb to reach different layers of symbols and characters. While it’s still in the early stages, Erghis First is an intriguing first step towards reimagining how we write with computers.
As always, we love hearing about your experiences as we share the latest apps from Airspace. Post your comments in our latest app forum thread.