In 2013, startup Leap released Leap MoTIon, a somatosensory controller for PCs and Macs. It was originally developed as a somatosensory control technology for desktop VR technology. After years of development and update, the interactive engine gradually integrated VR helmets and keyboards. Entering the interactive interface, Leap is now launching a new generation of Leap MoTIon mobile platform, ready to push the technology to mobile devices.
Leap MoTIon introduces the latest version of the interactive engine Beta, which improves gesture control interactions, improves response speed and recognition accuracy. The new Leap MoTIon sensor greatly increases the viewing angle that is critical to the VR experience, from a horizontal 140Â° vertical 120Â° viewing angle to a vertical horizontal 180Â°. Leap has built a reference for a mobile VR platform based on the Gear VR helmet. The design and hardware components are working with Tom's Hardware and are expected to be available for sale in the second half of 2017.
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