The Leap Motion Controller Lets Users Do Everything Without Touch

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: Mar 26, 2013 • References: leapmotion and geekalerts
In a world filled with touchscreen devices, the Leap Motion Controller says goodbye to tactile response and hello to a completely new way of operating a computer. The device tracks hand movements that can manipulate on-screen programs with ease and provides a completely customized experience.

It's interesting to see products like the Leap Motion Controller because it shows how we are moving forward in the technology world with new developments that push the boundaries of what is the norm. Touchscreen devices are a mainstay, but touchless controllers could hold immense potential in the future because of their ability to make something out of simple gestures.

Available come May 2013, the Leap Motion Controller is set at around $80 and sure to win over critics and users alike.