The Leap adds physical gestures to the now-standard computer interface vocabulary of visuals, mice, keyboards, and touch, and "lots of other OEMs" are interested in the technology.
If you've always wanted to control your computer with Tom Cruise-like Minority Report gestures, that day is one step closer. And the technology is 200 times more sensitive to motion than Xbox 360's Kinect.
Sociologist Clifford Nass, who’s just published the book “The Man Who Lied to his Laptop“, says we’re treating our machines as if they were human.
I recently talked to Nass about his work and his book, in which he uses …