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Synot Holding is Flow Studio’s new business “power-up”. The successful lottery giant invested $250 000 into our team to help boost development and also help us hit the jackpot with Leap Motion apps and games.  With the new funding we are increasing our capacities and development speed. Our goal is to launch several Leap Motion enabled apps and to find the right market within the next 12 months. We are exploring different areas where
Digital Traces of Thoughts: The next revolution in gaming is… You cmaloux: Despite its young age, the video game industry has already been through a few revolutions. What will be the next one? Is it mobile, social, freemium? I would like to add my own contribution to the collective guesswork by arguing that the next revolution in gaming is You, the gamer. Being born…
  Few months ago we’ve worked with Shane Lee on his new book AppSource. The title brings 10 stories of developers who outsourced their apps and games and our interview is part of this. Many things changed (e.g. we don’t outsource as much today 🙂 but it still might be inspirational for you. Read the shortened story here on the blog or buy the whole book at Amazon. Q: From what I understand, you
Co-Founder of Flow Studio, Petr Fodor, spoke with BeefJack about the potential existing with the Leap Motion to blossom new ideas in the realm of educational software. Some interesting comments were also made in response to the studio’s experience with the device. “Just imagine a construction game using virtual hammer, handsaw or chisel, and let kids create anything they want to.  For kids, it’s natural to wave hands, point somewhere, grab anything. The challenge
To learn more about industry insights and best practices, sign up for the AppAgent newsletter here. There will be around 100 apps and games on July 22 when the Airspace store opens its gates to the public. You need over 300 bucks to try them all! We at Flow want to save you time and money. As a part of the developers’ program, we’ve tested most of the apps in the beta stage for
After viewing various developer videos and Leap Motion cases we realized something crucial: there isn’t an existing guideline for the gestural interface and tutorials! Since then we’ve been experimenting and testing our own approach which is summarized below. Originally an iOS game, Sortee has a simple premise: sorting things has never been so much fun. There is one basic gesture of swiping the object to the correct tube which perfectly fits the Leap controller.
I started reading book Getting Real by 37Signals on the long way from Stockholm to Prague. Out of tons of great insights and ideas one really resonated with me so much I want to share it with you. ============================ It’s so funny when I hear people being so protective of ideas. (People who want me to sign an NDA to tell me the simplest idea.) To me, ideas are worth nothing unless executed. They
Have you seen the movie Minority Report? And do you remember the scene where Tom Cruise analyses the crime scene footage with hand gestures: swiping, pinching, rotating the camera angle? Well, in less than three weeks you can have the same experience on your desktop computer with Leap Motion. Leap Motion’s powerful controller, which lets you control virtual space in front of your computer, is impressive. Many times more accurate than the Kinect –

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