From Visitor Marcello Bonfe’ – LIRALab UniFE
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This video shows a demo developed by the LIRALab of the University of Ferrara (Italy), in which a Puma 260 robot, with retrofitted control hardware based on EtherCAT drives and control software based on Orocos (http://www.orocos.org), is teleperated using a Leap Motion:
Today Leap Motion is launching a mount for its PC peripheral that lets you track your hands in virtual reality applications by attaching it to the front of the Oculus Rift or other headsets. This mount launches simultaneously with a new version of Leap Motion’s SDK that enables the device to keep track of your hands from headset’s perspective rather than below. Continue reading →