Leap Motion Stock

leapmotion.comIndustrialFounded: 2010Funding to Date: $95.48MM

Leap Motion is a developer of AR/VR technology including hand tracking designed to let users reach into virtual and augmented reality to interact with new worlds.

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Team

Management Team

Michael Buckwald
Co-Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer
David Holz
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Caleb Kruse
Product Manager, Tracking

Board Members

Peter Bell
Highland Capital Partners
Manish Patel
Highland Capital Partners
Lawrence Unrein
Cyril Ebersweiler
SOSV

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News

After improving hand-tracking and adding multi-user sharing features in the last Lumin OS update, Magic Leap has upped the ante yet again. In the Lumin OS 0.95 update (accompanied by SDK 0.21), Magic Leap introduced tracking for eight key poses from varying positions, as well as the ability to recognize gestures without key poses.
The annual Augmented World Expo (AWE) typically packs the front page of Next Reality with new products and services from companies in the augmented reality industry. However, this year, some of the biggest business news came from outside the conference, as ownership of two of the more prominent names in the industry, Meta Company and Leap Motion, changed hands.
The company sought to completely change how we interact with computers, but now Leap Motion is selling itself off. Apple reportedly tried to get their hands on the hand-tracking tech, which Leap Motion rebuffed, but now the hyped nine-year-old consumer startup is being absorbed into the younger, en…