A short demonstration from Tango Chen, how you can use the LM to write without the need of a keyboard.
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ARToolkit – creating a virtual desktop
Augmented Reality turns the “normal reality” into a space full of virtual possibilities – for instance – usage of a virtual keyboard. WahWahHawah presents an AR Keyboard with finger recognition. Continue reading
Trigger Pad – your virtual music device
A virtual trigger-pad to play your finest tunes. Continue reading
There are already a bunch of different Keyboard in input apps for writing with the Leap Motion. 8pen comes up with a new way and shows a sneak peak in a teaser.
Fun with LEAP Motion & LABView MidiController
Playing around with LEAP Motion and LabVIEW – on a virtual keyboard. Music seems to be a great way of using the LEAP Motion since it came out. Movement and audio-feedback is a great motivation to interact with the computer. Interesting setup. Bringing sounds on a wave of your hands even for the youngest users… Continue reading
LEAP Motion and SWYPE Keyboard test
Dartman333 shows a little demo of how you can use a SWYPE Keyboard with the LEAP Motion controller.
This also is a proof for the possibilities of using Android/Apple touch apps with the leap motion controller.
MOTION HARP: Music with a 3D interface
…using Linux, Python and the Leap Motion. Hector Socas-Navarro plays in the air a Yamaha PSR-3000. The combination of LEAP Motion and the Yamaha creates a whole new instrument. Continue reading
AirKey – open source gesture mapping & table mode
AirKey let’s you map and bind gestures to almost unlimited actions & key combinations to control your windows PC. In the future you may also create your own functions. AirKey is an open source program developed by Epikur, a member of the Leap Motion Forum.