Things seem to have gotten off on the right foot for much-hyped gesture controller company Leap Motion. Since its debut on July 22, the startup has already hit a major milestone — it’s already had more than one million downloads from its app store, Airspace.
“We’re excited to see so much interest and enthusiasm from our global community,” said Leap Motion CEO Michael Buckwald in a conversation with me. “Our developer community continues to grow along with our users, and we’re excited to see people all over the world exploring a new way to interact with their computers.”
While the company has declined to give hard numbers regarding the sale and distribution of individual units, the landscape of Airspace is a little clearer. Out of the 87 apps that currently exist within Airspace, three out of four of them are paid experiences. The lion’s share of all apps…
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