released a controller for traditional PCs back in March, which was received to fairly good reviews. The technology can detect up to 10 fingers (which is lucky since that's the number most humans have), and offer much more in terms of gesture controls. The accuracy wasn't perfect, but it was certainly a good start, and now we know the timetable for integration with mobile devices.Leap Motion
The Next Web that the hope is to have its gesture control system built-in to smartphones and tablets by the second half of 2014. The physical challenges of putting Leap Motion technology into a mobile device have apparently been solved, so now it is just a matter of getting hardware partners, designing, and building devices. While the technology can work in smartphones, it sounds like Buckwald can more easily envision the usage in tablets, saying:Leap Motion CEO Michael Buckwald has told
The technology has been growing steadily since its release, and with a new software update today it can now track your entire hand rather than just your fingers. It should be very interesting to see what comes of this when it does get added to tablets, because it will definitely offer much more in terms of gesture control.
source: The Next Web