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Leap Motion was borne out of a “deep frustration” that the process of creating a 3D object on a high-tech platform, the computer, took up more time than molding something with clay or Play-Doh. “Computers are supposed to make us better and faster, but they make us slower,” company CEO Michael Buckwald told TNW at the sidelines of GMIC Beijing. “If you think about our keyboards and even touchscreens, they’re all binary… it’s such an incredibly elementary way of communicating to your computers,” he said. This is why Buckwald is keen to bring Leap Motion’s 3D gesture controller to other…

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