Leap Motion Controller - £29.99 - Amazon (Argos Price Match)

Leap Motion Controller - £29.99 - Amazon (Argos Price Match)

Found 11th Oct 2015
Back down to £29.99 after its increase to £60 at the back end of August.

The Leap Motion Controller captures the movement of your hands and fingers so you can interact with your computer in a whole new way. Swipe, pinch or grab in the air and magically see your actions on your screen. With hundreds of apps in the Leap Motion App Store, there is something for everyone.

The Leap Motion Controller tracks both hands and all 10 fingers with pinpoint precision and incredible speed. Just plug into your PC or Mac and launch the Leap Motion apps store your home for Leap Motion apps.

In the Leap Motion App store you'll find a wide variety of specially designed free and paid apps for gaming, music, art creation, science, productivity and much more. Apps from the Leap Motion app store let you interact with your computer just by moving your hands through the air. Play, create, and explore in a whole new way! To get you started, the Leap Motion Controller comes with a free set of apps included.

A tiny device with huge possibilities. The device is sleek, light, and tiny (just 3'' long). It takes up hardly any space on your desk. The wide 150° field of view gives you 8 cubic feet of interactive, three-dimensional space. Bring your game to the next level.

Get way, way, more into the game. Use your hands to move in any direction, with precision. Dive into realistic, 3D interaction at its best. Steer, slice, grab, push, pull, crush, and shoot with your hands and finger.
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I bought this for £30 and after a very frustrating night of spending hours trying to get it to work properly, gave up and it now collects dust.

The idea is great, the execution... isn't. The tracking *appears* accurate enough in the demo where it shows your hands (although even here it has problems tracking individual fingers) - but as soon as you try to use another app, it all falls apart. Changing all manner of settings and re-running calibration etc appeared to make no difference - it just doesn't work very well.

I'd advise saving the £30 and putting it towards something that's more ready for sale - the only thing that may save this is Oculus Rift integration, but sine I'm waiting for the consumer one I can't try that yet.
Another option is £26.99 for a USB HP keyboard with leap motion built in:
waste of money, I got HP keyboard and the only reason I kept it is that keyboard it self is not bad. Leap motion is useless like chocolate tea pot or fire guard. PLEASE STAY AWAY.
Idea is good but it is rubbish to use waste of money even if it was priced at 1p
I've had a lot of joy from mine with the Oculus Rift. It's not perfect but it's still early days. I wouldn't get one for every day use, but for Oculus users it's pretty damn good.
Thanks, been wondering about these but been too lazy to research. Comments were just what I needed
bought one because of the hype when they were released. boxed up and sold a week later on eBay. Disappointing
Amazing way to waste £30. Cold as ice.
I've owned this for a while now. Used it a little but it struggles with closed hands. Works well with stereo goggles. Also seen this used in an elite dangerous control setup.
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