The tiny sensor also powers itself with TV signals, which already fill the air around us. The team behind the device says it could have big applications for the internet of things.
Elliptic labs can turn a smartphone into a gesture-sensing device with a couple of additional microphones and cheap transceiver. With three handset makers already trying the tech, is this a future feature?
The $80 Leap motion controller is out on the market at last. With a UI that allows for 3D gestures, and an app store full of games, does it live up to the hype?
Leap Motion, which invented a gesture-based user interface that tracks movement in a 3-D space, has raised $30 million in second round funding. The startup plans to use the money to scale its peripheral device, and has the chance thanks to a bundling deal with ASUS.