Leap Motion Can Track Your Fingers, Even When It Can’t See Them

Leap Motion, the motion controller that lets you interact with a PC or Mac by waving your hands in midair, is rolling out the next generation of its software to developers. The update is aimed at creating a more intuitive user experience and will be the biggest for the platform since the company launched its gesture-based controller last year. See also: 4 Innovative Ways Startups Are Using Leap Motion Leap Motion's controller tracks users' hand movements so they can play games, read articles and control basic PC functions without ever touching a screen, keyboard or mouse. But its current software has limitations that make it difficult for developers to take full advantage of the platform, says Michael Buckwald, the company's CEO and cofounder. Read more...More about Gadgets, Tech, Gesture Control, Dev Design, and Leap...