In a recent article from Techcrunch, writer Lucas Matney goes into detail about Leap Motion, the San Francisco based tech startup that has currently raised over 95 Million for it’s hand tracking technology. The startup has investors like J.P. Morgan Asset Management and Andreessen Horowitz to name a few on it’s side. The firms are taking bets that hand tracking will be the future of VR and AR which would take the place of the keyboard and mouse and of course clunky VR controllers that most high end VR setups currently have.
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Leap Motion nabs $50M for its VR/AR hand-tracking tech