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    Leap Motion

    Hi CC! I (we) don't post much, but I've been following this product for about a year, it's set to ship out in May. As you can see in the video: https://www.leapmotion.com/ the focus isn't on accessibility, but I believe it could be a good device for a computer interface for those with limited motor function. (Not my thread): https://forums.leapmotion.com/showth...r-Disabilities

    The real advantages to it though are accuracy, extremely low latency, developer SDK, Windows and OS X support (sorry Linux users) and most of all price which is $80.

    Just thought I'd mention it.

    Also if I've posted this in the wrong place, please move it!
    Last edited by jca; 04-08-2013 at 10:07 PM.

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    Really interesting. I may try one when I have a better understanding of how it works if it is reasonably priced. The 80$ sounds good but only if it works.
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