Holograms are always fascinating. You can get easily the impression of a 3d object in reality. When you can touch and rotate it, it’s even more..futuristic. Continue reading
Integrity from Russia demonstrates a hologrphic, interactive installation using the papers ghost effect – controlled by Leap Motion.
The people from m1_interactive have already presented a bunch of fantastic work with Leap Motion. This time, they use a RealFiction LCD and Leap Motion to rotate a giant dinosaur head in 3d Space. It’s a great tool for museums and other places of education – or for instance for a park on Isla Nublar….
Very promising and interesting demonstration of LEAP Motion and a 3-dimensional holographic object you can touch and interact with in a CAVE from Johnathon Selstad. This reminds me a bit on the great usage of Nintendo WII Headtracking. Great work. Continue reading