Jul 22, 2013
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Leap Motion Controller is a great toy, but not yet the future of interaction
The main problem was the pinching. My fingers longed for the polished wood grain that would tell me I had achieved the proper width. I successfully completed round after round, but the task felt weird and disconnected.

Leap Motion Controller is a great toy, but not yet the future of interaction

The main problem was the pinching. My fingers longed for the polished wood grain that would tell me I had achieved the proper width. I successfully completed round after round, but the task felt weird and disconnected.

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