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Briefly: Vimeo and Leap Motion team up, AllCast on Amazon Fire store

04/20, 12:24am

Vimeo's Couch mode feature adds compatibility with Leap Motion controller

Video content platform Vimeo has announced that its Couch Mode feature is now compatible with the Leap Motion controller. The new addition allows Vimeo users to control their viewing with hand-based gestures, such as a circle gesture with one's finger fast-forwarding or rewinding a video, and tapping one's finger in the air engages playing or pausing. A swiping gesture plays the next video in queue.

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New York Times reveals gesture-based app as Leap Motion ships

07/19, 12:26pm

Newspaper app for motion controller initially free to users

The New York Times is releasing an app that will allow users of the Leap Motion Controller to read articles with gestures. Details of the app come at the same time as reports that the controller manufacturer is starting to ship the device to customers that pre-ordered, ahead of its expected delayed ship date of July 22nd.

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Leap Motion motion tracking to be integrated into HP devices

04/16, 12:00pm

First deal for Leap Motion integration, bundling also included

Leap Motion has made a deal with HP to embed its 3D motion-tracking controller into HP devices. The agreement will initially see HP providing the Leap Motion Controller with specific HP products as a bundle, and will explore fully integrating the motion-tracking technology into future, unannounced HP devices.

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New Asus PCs to feature Leap Motion gesture tech

01/03, 6:19pm

Leap: 'We're at 100 percent capacity in the factory right now'

Leap Motion, the company behind the Kinect-like motion control technology module that debuted last year, has announced a partnership with Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Asus that will see Leap modules bundled with select notebooks and desktops shipping later this year. The agreement will cover Asus' All-in-One PCs, as well as the manufacturer's high-end notebooks. Leap is still making separate motion control units for preorder, but mid-2013 will mark the first time the units are available for purchase with a computer.

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Former iAd head Andy Miller joins Leap Motion as president

07/17, 3:52pm

Firm at work on gesture-based command system for Macs

Andy Miller, the former head of Apple's iAd division, has now taken a job as the president and COO of Leap Motion, Fortune says. Miller actually left Apple last August, becoming a general partner at a firm called Highland Capital Partners. The move to Leap Motion will bring him back into the Mac world, since Leap is currently developing a gesture-based control system for Macs, similar in concept to Microsoft's Kinect technology.

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