Presenting data is not always interesting or understandable. By being able to navigate through specific data and getting a visual feeling for the connections, it’s sometimes easier to understand how things work. robertjoleary demonstrates 3D Graph control with Leap Motion.
This video shows some data being loaded from the Securities and Exchange Commission public website, streamed to the browser, and rendered as a 3D WebGL graph. The camera in the 3D space can be controlled using the Leap Motion. LeapTrainer.js (https://github.com/roboleary/LeapTrai…) gestures are used to trigger layout algorithms that animate the graph nodes and connections into new positions.