We have some exciting news to share with you. Today, Leap Motion and Ultrahaptics are becoming Ultraleap.
Renaming Leap Motion (and Ultrahaptics) isn’t a decision we’ve taken lightly. Leap Motion has an incredible ten-year history and an amazing developer community. We’ve seen our hand tracking used by everyone from hackers and indie devs, to tech giants like NASA, Disney, and many more.
But as we look to the next decade, we see that the story is bigger than either hand tracking or mid-air haptics. Spatial computing and natural user interfaces are already transforming digital and virtual worlds, and empowering people in extraordinary ways. We envision a more human future – one where technology disappears, and power is always at your fingertips.
Hand tracking and virtual touch are already foundational parts of this movement. Ultraleap represents these dual roots while charting a course for a future that opens up limitless worlds for everyone.
Renaming a company takes a bit of time. Here's what you need to know now.
- The Leap Motion Controller will continue to be sold and continue to be known as the Leap Motion Controller. Our team is dedicated to ongoing tracking and platform updates.
- The Leap Motion team is not changing. Everyone will have new Ultraleap email addresses, but any emails to old Leap Motion addresses will be forwarded on.
- We’re working on a full combined Ultraleap website to launch as soon as possible. (At the moment there’s a microsite.) Until then, the Leap Motion website will continue to run as normal.
- There will be no changes to the developer site in the near future.
At Leap Motion, we’ve often said that the fundamental limit in technology is not its size, cost or speed, but how we interact with it. As Ultraleap, we're on a mission to redefine interaction. Thank you for being with us on the next stage of our journey.
The Ultraleap team