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Sure, the idea of controlling your PC with a book or dinner plate sounds cool, but the makers of Touch+ say it has some very real productivity benefits.
It works well enough, but does a pricey, niche controller have lasting appeal when we're still searching for a great general VR controller?
Previously sold only with select HP computers, the company's Leap Motion keyboard will be available to buy as a standalone keyboard later this June.
The gestures are designed to replace some more advanced keyboard shortcuts.
Microsoft Research has developed a prototype keyboard that understands basic gestures.
While Intel plans to integrate its RealSense cameras directly into laptops, Microsoft could work with what's already there.
The smartpen maker came to Macworld/iWorld to show off its Livescribe 3 smartpen and tout the third-party apps that now work with the smartpen.
Blue Microphones tells us about the latest audio accessories they've made for the Mac.
A powered-up Kinect for Windows sensor is coming. Surprise! It looks an awful lot like the Xbox One Kinect.
Fujitsu also showed a laptop with its PalmSecure palm-vein authentication built in at the Cebit trade show
Wacom's WILL will make it easier to capture handwriting or sketches, share them and recreate them on other platforms, Wacom said.
A tablet linked to a range of sensors and control devices allows the programming of simple home monitoring and automation scenarios.
If you've ever longed for a keyboard for your iPad mini or phone that's vaguely suggestive of a pasta shell, perhaps the TrewGrip is for you.
Leap Motion's finger-waggling tech is coming stock in a slew of HP desktops. Too bad the Leap Motion idea outshines the implementation.
Shikumi Design won $100,000 from Intel for its Kagura app, which could turn DJing into performance art.