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Clear for Mac is an application developed by Realmac Software, for both Mac and iPhone, that stores your lists in iCloud so you can use them on your Mac or...
02-26-2013, 01:38 PM #1
Clear For Mac Brings Leap Motion Controller Support
Clear for Mac is an application developed by Realmac Software, for both Mac and iPhone, that stores your lists in iCloud so you can use them on your Mac or on the go using Clear for iPhone. Create personal todo lists, shopping lists, quick notes, movie lists, books to read, guest lists, and so much more.
What's particularly intriguing is that they have announce that the software will be compatible with the Leap Motion Controller. What is Leap Motion's controller all about? The Leap Motion's controller is a "touch-free device that allows users to control their computers via hand gestures in three dimensions." The controller works alongside Leap Motion's software, which is what brought the attention to Clear For Mac developers.
The devs over at Realmac have been testing the Leap Motion controller with their most popular app, Clear. The Mac version of the task manager will be fully compatible with the Leap Motion Controller when it ships to the public, and for many this is great news!
Read more about this compabitlity on their latest blog post: Realmac Blog
“Just before Christmas, the Clear for Mac team gathered around a box that had arrived from San Francisco. Inside, was a rather intriguing piece of hardware. Over the past couple of months, we’ve been stealthily working on adding support for this futuristic piece of hardware to Clear for Mac – and today we’re thrilled to announce that Clear for Mac will soon support the rather incredible Leap Motion controller.”
Read more at Clear For Mac Will Work With Futuristic Leap Motion Controller [Video] | Cult of Mac
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02-26-2013, 03:13 PM #2
I finally remember to pre-order this today.
02-26-2013, 09:28 PM #3
That looks so cool. Man technology just keeps striding further. I can't wait for the day when computers will interact they way they do in Avatar!