Some thoughts: I consider proper motion control for a DAW a classic killer app for e.g. the Leap Motion controller. So I ordered one after holding back for quite a while, it's not here yet, however.
I commend Steinberg for it's forward thinking, but here's my question: Can I really only have one single gesture (i.e. hand up/down) attached to a single value using the AI knob? And: Is this single gesture indeed mutually exclusive with the preprogrammed gestures available?
If so, this would be a shame.
My vision is this: I use a hardware controller (ZED R16 mixer) for transport functions, but would love to zoom and scroll using gestures to keep my hands off the keyboard while tracking. I'd rather not use gestures for transport, since the risk of a major screw-up with unintended stuff happening is too great at the moment.
I'd also love the iC Air team to stay on top of the Leap Motion thing, since apparently they have version 2.0 coming out with GREATLY improved hand/finger tracking!
Another thought/question: Could I theoretically use a "composite generic remote" to have some messages generated by my ZED, and others by, let's say a Geco plugin + virtual MIDI interface? That would be very, very, cool. But I guess for this SB would have to fix the generic remote first, as in: Save/Load a specific configuration with the project...
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