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Leap Motion has released a new video that demos the powerful gesture technology of its PC and Mac compatible device. We already knew how accurate the ten-finger motion controller is, but this is the first time we’ve seen it officially demoed with Windows 8. Matter of fact, Leap Motion looks so fun and fast on Windows 8 that it practically makes the OS seem exciting again.
In the video, the user jumps from zooming to in to images, to rating fractals to navigating the touch-friendly interface of Windows 8. As one commenter notes on the YouTube channel, Leap Motion for Windows 8 would be an excellent and “low cost touch solution” until touch screens are inexpensive enough for everyone to afford. It’s hard to disagree with that.
Leap Motion will cost US$79.99 and starts shipping 22 July 2013 for PC and Mac