Unlike the wand controllers of the HTC Vive and Oculus unreleased Touch controllers, Leap Motion uses camera tracking to put your hands and digits into the game.
That means it can offer individual finger tracking, letting you perform much more complicated gestures and motions within the game.
Of course there is no physical feedback for the player, but for waving or gesturing it s a perfect solution.
Although the new shape is aimed at the new release hardware, it will still work with older developer kits too, thanks to its use of a strong adhesive for mounting.
Along with the new Leap Motion mount, the developers are including a 15ft USB cable, so that you can hook it up to your PC, though bear in mind that means there will be another cable trailing across your floor.
You can buy the new universal VR mount from the Leap store for $20, and there is a limited-time offer for the mount and the Motion sensor itself, going for $75.