Leap Motion will come embedded in Razer’s new OSVR headsets

The company announced a new partnership with Razer that will put Leap Motion's motion-tracking capabilities directly in the OSVR headset when it ships later this year.

When Razer's Hacker Development Kit (HDK) headset for OSVR becomes available later in 2015, developers will have the option of buying a faceplate that has Leap Motion's gesture-tracking hardware and software embedded inside. Developers who buy this bundle will be able to create apps that take advantage of Leap Motion's hand-tracking abilities.

Read Mashable's full story here: http://mashable.com/2015/03/25/leap-motion-razer-osvr/.