Use the Good Knives and Enjoy the Things you Love
I have a soft spot for technology and can’t wait to get Leap Motion
Today I decided too try something different. I’m writing this post on the train on my way to work. I rarely ever take my iPad out of the house which is dumb because I’m not putting it to good use. I remember when I grew up my parents would say, “don’t use those knives those are my good knives.” It was anything really from dishes to cars.
And I find myself doing the same thing.
I don’t take my iPad out because its nice and expensive, well that and I don’t want it to get stolen. I have wine glasses that we received at the wedding that we NEVER use. In fact I went out and bought cheap ones to protect them!
So that is why I’m “living on the edge” and typing this post on the train, well that and we are delayed at the moment.
Now back to why I even pulled out my iPad in the first place.
Have you ever watched Hawaii Five-O on CBS, not the old one back in the day, the new one. In their headquarters they have this awesome computer system that I have been obsessed with. I’m talking if it really existed I would pack my bags for Hawaii and join the police force just so I could use it, even though it would take years to get to the Five-O division.
I know there technology is over the top, but the ability to move content from one screen to another with just a flip of your finger, kinda excites me. Which is why I was a little gitty when I stumbled across Leap Motion. What’s that you ask?
Leap Motion is a small device that let’s you navigate your computer without a mouse, keyboard or tablet. “With a wave of your hand or a lift of a finger,” you can explore your computer in a new way. The Leap Motion Controller senses how you move your hands the way you naturally move them. So you can point, wave, reach, and grab. Even pick something up and put it down. Just like in real life. It’s an amazing device for the things you do every day and for things you never thought you could do.
Best of all the device is only $79.99, they were on pre-order for the longest time but not anymore. The device is ready to ship. The video can explain it best
To learn more about Leap Motion visit www.leapmotion.com.