Check Out These Demonstrations of LeapMotion's AR-Based "Virtual Wearables"

What will AR interfaces look like? Well, if you’re willing to wear Leap Motion’s “Project North Star” headset, which looks like this…

…the interfaces might look like this:

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Introducing Virtual Wearables pic.twitter.com/LPvknKBlnO

— Keiichi Matsuda (@keiichiban) March 22, 2018

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Another day at the augmented office. Our latest foray into #AR design with #ProjectNorthStar makes your entire world interactive. pic.twitter.com/SB8SNidbCG

— LeapMotion (@LeapMotion) April 24, 2018

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The big floppy buttons are interesting. It’s still early days, but it seems smaller, more precise buttons probably aren’t in the offing for AR just yet. Which is fine by me; after ten years of using an iPhone, I still can’t type well on the damn thing. Last year a client texted me a thank-you. Responding, I meant to type “anytime” and my clumsy button-presses autocorrected as “snuggles.” True story.


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