In the last days an interesting video hit YouTube – the so called Huvr Technology makes the “Mattel Hover Board” From “Back to the Future” real. Many people visited this blog – because there’s also a LEAP Motion program called “Huvr” – check out the well made video :). Continue reading
A small marionette puppet controlled with Leap Motion by Sanguino. Continue reading
Fly through a virtual environment based on images by NASA and send some missles into towers. All controlled by LEAP Motion controller. Still in development – upcoming version also supports Oculus Rift + Leap Motion. Check it out. Continue reading
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Leap Motion as interface to control a follow light on a stage – just by pointing onto the object. Continue reading
Dribble a basektball through a parcour – udribble with LEAP Motion support (work in progress).
Diplopia is a virtual reality game designed by James Blaha to help amblyopia (lazy eye) and strabismus (crossed eye) using the Oculus Rift and Leap Motion controller. James put up his game on indiegogo.com crowdfunding platform and got over 20.000 Dollars funded – congratulations! I really like the social idea behind his work. Check out his project and preorder the game.
Musiquelab presents an experimental electroacoustic performance with LEAP Motion – all sounds genereated in real time.