Leap Motion VR
|Leap Motion VR|
|Type||Input Device, Motion Tracker|
|Operating System||Windows, Mac|
|Refresh Rate||115 Hz|
|Field of View||135°|
|Camera||2 monochromatic Infrared cameras, 1.3 Megapixels|
|Sensors||3 IR LEDs|
|Size||76 x 13 x 13mm|
|Release Date||July 22, 2013|
Leap Motion was released on July 22, 2013 for 80 dollars and Leap Motion VR mount was released in 2014 for 20 dollars.
Leap Motion VR is able to track all 10 of your fingers independently with hundredth of a millimeter precision and very low latency.
When attached to a VR HMD, the Leap Motion is able to sense the physical environment in your view.
Its new sensor in development named Dragonfly will capture HD colored imageries in a large field of view. The device has the potential to merge the physical world into the realms of virtual reality.
The Leap Motion device is a rectangular camera that is 76mm x 13mm x 13mm in dimension. It is glassy black in front and silver on the back and sides. It has USB 3.0 port on the bottom.
Leap Motion uses infrared cameras to track your hands. The new sensor, Dragonfly, can capture HD colored images in addition to infrared.
It is mounted to the front and center of your VR HMD.
July 17, 2017 - Leap Motion Raises $50 Million in Series C Venture Funding lead by J.P. Morgan Asset Management.