HP Debuts First PC With Built-In Leap Motion

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HP made a deal with Leap Motion a couple of months ago, and we’re now seeing the first fruits of that partnership in the Envy 17: a big laptop with Leap’s motion control technology built in

As a PC, the Envy 17 is an outlier — its 17.3-inch screen pushes the upper limit of portability, but no doubt makes it easier to embed the Leap controller. The motion sensor, which is precise enough to discern all 10 fingers on a user, is on a thin horizontal strip that sits to the right of the trackpad.

The sensor is thinner and longer than the standalone Leap sensor you can buy today. Leap specially designed a sensor to fit inside a laptop chassis, and at 0.14 inches in height, the company says it’s the “smallest embeddable 3D motion control technology” in the world. Leap’s app store, Airspace, is pre-installed on the machine along with drivers for the controller, so you can start using it out of the box. Read more…

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Via: Mashable: Apps & Software

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