Leap Motion announced the implementation of the ability to touch and control objects in virtual reality with the help of fingers, rather than controllers. The developer managed to create an Orion software and hardware receiver specifically for VR headsets. The new system is built into the helmet of virtual reality and tracks all hand gestures in a wide angle of the field of view. Hand movements are more natural and accurate due to quick tracking of movements and high sensitivity of the sensors. Currently, the platform is at the initial stage of development, and Leap Motion is already negotiating with several manufacturers of VR and AR devices. Orion’s new development, moreover, differs from its previous products in compact dimensions, and the software is compatible with many headsets. Beta software is available for developers to test the product on existing VR and AR gadgets. According to the company, the main goal of virtual reality is to create a feeling of complete presence and immersion, with the help of Orion, manufacturers and application developers will be able to achieve the task.