Thanks to Keiho Sakapon for the post about Japanese calligraphy in the air, and real-time text recognition for digital format. Continue reading
A short demonstration from Tango Chen, how you can use the LM to write without the need of a keyboard.
A huge projection, a 9ft half dome, stars, constellations, creativity and LEAP Motion – in this project by B-Reel R&D visitors can “touch” the sky. As a huge guestbook visitors could also write their names in constellations. The installation was built with WebGl and realtime star data. 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.
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.
Rick Brauer comes up with early stage pen input for LEAP. It tracks a pen held upright on the desk . Continue reading