Google Earth v7.1 brings Leap Motion's gesture technology support

Google Earth v7.1 comes in time for Earth Day and it's adding support for Leap Motion controller.

Published Date
23 - Apr - 2013
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23 - Apr - 2013
 
Google Earth v7.1 brings Leap Motion's gesture technology support

Google has rolled out an updated version of its Google Earth, adding support input from Leap Motion's new gesture controlled tech. The update v7.1 will allow users to virtually fly across the planet, using hand gestures.

Google has released a new video illustrating how the new tech works with Google Earth. The video shows users no more need to touch a mouse, keyboard or even screen to explore the planet.

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