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IK Multimedia's iRing music motion controller arrives

Ever since the invention of the theremin back in 1928, musicians have sought a way to create music simply by moving their hands. The theremin was an early electronic instrument that provided many of those eerie sounds heard in bad horror and sci-fi flicks from the mid 20th-century and never really...

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Leap Motion and Airspace App Store coming July 22

Leap Motion has entered a new developer beta that will lead up to the product's ship date of July 22. Its product, the Leap Motion Controller, is a tiny device you plug into your computer that allows you to interact with it through hand gestures in the air. With the announcements of the latest...

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Realmac, Leap Motion demo gesture-based Clear Mac app

Remember Clear, the to-do app from Realmac Software with the impressively different user interface? It's a cross-platform favorite of the TUAW staff, with versions available for OS X (US$6.99) and iPhone ($1.99). Well, the guys at Realmac are going to build in support for the Leap Motion...

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Former Apple iAd VP Andy Miller to be President and COO of Leap Motion

Former head of Apple's iAd program Andy Miller recently left the company to join a firm called Highland Capital, but now he's taking another leap into the COO role of a company called Leap Motion. Leap Motion is currently working on a new device designed to make motion controlled gestures easy...

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Leap suggests future of gesture-based computing

When techies try to think of the future of gesture-based computing, they often discuss 2002's Minority Report, a sci-fi thriller starring Tom Cruise. In the flick, Cruise controlled a huge transparent display by moving his hands and arms like an orchestra conductor. Now San Francisco-based Leap...

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