The Leap is a small iPod sized USB peripheral that creates a 3D interaction space of 8 cubic feet to precisely interact with and control software on your laptop or desktop computer. It’s like being able to reach into the computer and pull out information as easily as reaching into a cookie jar. The Leap senses your individual hand and finger movements independently, as well as items like a pen. In fact, it’s 200x more sensitive than existing touch-free products and technologies. It’s the difference between sensing an arm swiping through the air and being able to create a precise digital signature with a fingertip or pen.
“The Beer/Shot (designed by Highwave) holds its own against your standard tall glass with its 16 ounce capacity, good for a pint’s worth of brew. Flip it over, however, to use it as a shot glass instead.
The glasses are mouth blown out of borosilicate glass and, surprisingly, are both stackable and dishwasher safe (lucky, since they were going to end up in there either way). After you’re done knocking back a few, Highwave suggests flipping the glass shot side up and dropping in a votive candle (or, presumably, a tealight) for some ambiance over supper.”