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Leap Motion (ITEC 200)

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Ali Danziger

on 6 December 2012

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Transcript of Leap Motion (ITEC 200)

Leap Motion What is Leap Motion? Interfaced based technology
Touch-free motion sensing and motion controlled software Background Founders: David Holz and Michael Buckwald What does it do? Can detect motions to precise measures of up to 1/100th of a millimeter
Senses hand and finger movements
200 times more sensitive than existing touch-free products How does it work? Uses a patented 3D mathematical approach
Researched theory of how the device may function Ali Danziger, Veronica Cetrola, Gabe Mende-Fridkis and George Reynolds Competitors "One day 3-D motion control will be in just about every device we interact with, and thanks to the Leap, that day is coming sooner than anyone expected.”- Michael Buckwald Interaction Business Impact: Medical Industry Costs Risks Benefits Uses one of three main scientific principles and innovations Potential to completely advance the way in which surgeons and nurses interact with three-dimensional medical imaging devices Total Cost of Ownership Cost Efficient
Hands-Free Malfunction Financial Non-Financial 2D to 3D "Gorilla Arm" USB device Real Time Light Fall-Off SoundWave Doppler Effect Electric Field Sensor
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