Lindsey: I loved it. And people who review technology are very cynical.
She says she likes the ability to control it from afar.
Matt: Looking at connected cars and how do all these things fit together.
Brian Cooley to James Park about Fitbit: How do you make it mainstream?
James: In the past two years, mainstream retailers have opened up that category.
He's wearing the Fitbit Flex right now. Shows him his progress to his goal. He set 10,000 and smashed that by mid-day.
It tracks activity, steps, calories, distance, sleep quality -- how many times you woke up, etc.
Brian Tong plays Fruit Ninja with the Eye Trib technology. Playing the game with his eyes.
They are hoping to put the tech in desktop, laptop, cars, smartphones.
Can move the curser with your eyes, but no "click" function.
Michael says developer community is the most important thing to Leap Motion.
They create things that help people use Leap in new ways.
Lindsey talks about Leap replacing something like the remote control.
Michael: We image uses like a conference room where everyone can add things to the same screen.
Brain Cooley: User data and this category. "This is like unlocking the new area of data."
Matt: I'm looking forward to the day where I don't have to go to the doctors anymore. The smartphone that can detect if something's wrong based on how you are walking, etc.
James: if you collect this data and present it to your doctor, it's pretty informative about how you've been living your life. It would help the doctor better diagnose you.
Brian Cooley: We're moving toward the 401k-ification of healthcare, where we have to invest in our own health.
And, we're done. Thanks for joining us!