Demonstration of using feed and LEAP Motion by Tau Manifesto. This could be a useful way to interact with a computer for people with disabilities. Another proof for that the LEAP that it is much more than a toy (we already knew this) which could also have some serious improvements for daily life. GameWave App and Leap make it easy.
As Tao Manifesto states at his Youtube Video:
This solution has the potential to give an even greater degree of freedom to those who have disabilities
HARSH ANJARIA checks out the capabilities of LEAP in Autocad. Continue reading
fnunnari from Sign Language Synthesis and Interaction group, shows in this video how you can use your LEAP and your hand to manipulate objects in 3D space inside Blender. Continue reading
Video from Torsten Sprenger:
Control camera and objects of your THREE.js scene with the leap motion controller. Actions like rotating, zooming/scaling and panning are supported. Gestures are customizable. Continue reading
What wouldn’t have been possible without the Leap Motion Controller? Asks Isaac Cohen from Leap Labs in his newest Article on labs.leapmotion.com Continue reading
Xavier Seignard worked on a controlled Lamp using LEAP, arduino and node.js. The whole setup reminds a bit on the PIXAR lamp. Looks, acts and sounds fantastic.
Even when this Blog more focuses on experimental and techdemos, it’s also interesting for some new users who may not have a LEAP yet, to see the potentials. Many people are disappointed because of the lack of apps. Continue reading