The 'Minority Report' Computer Interface Just Became A Little More Real

Leap Motion, a San Francisco startup, has unveiled impressive technology that allows for super-accurate 3D object tracking, reports CNet.

Of course the obvious application is 3D imaging, but they’re demonstrating it as a means to interact with a computer in a completely new way — pinching and zooming with your hands in real space.

It will eventually be available to consumers as a hardware/software combo expected to retail for $70.

Check out the video below for an impressive demonstration.

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