Okay, so I've read more about this and fully understand my lack of understanding of how Leap Motion works, so we don't need a lot of reiteration of that. Leap Motion IS a system with 2 cameras, though, so here's where I think this could go.
As I understand it, lots of folks put a solid object on a turntable, take multiple photos, index it slightly, take more photos, and etc. Lather, rinse, and repeat ad nauseum until images have been taken from every which way. Software then chances and assembles a 3D image from the RAW image files. The other way to accomplish this is to move the camera, but as I see it, this approach would be harder, since you'd have more than one camera angle. Maybe that's not a bad thing, but I think I'd rather only turn it in one plane.
So the question remains, if Leap Motion is a system using a pair of cameras, can it be used to capture images that can then be assembled into 3D models?