Nokia’s Here.com introduces Leap Motion integration
Ready to surf the breeze on a paper airplane? Our friends at Nokia have integrated the Leap Motion Controller with their popular mapping and exploration website, so you can fly high above the clouds or in between 3D buildings. Read about it at Nokia’s developer blog or try it out at here.com/leap.
Another tool for your gesture-controlled musical arsenal. Building from the LeapToOSC processing library, heaversm created an OSCulator mapping that maps each finger and hand’s position in 3D space to a MIDI signal.
knaut’s web-based LeapD3 is a simple visualizer that creates an interactive bar graph from finger data. You can watch the demo video below or download the application from GitHub.
Are you ready to control the shape of chaos? With nselikoff’s Beautiful Chaos, your hands shift the coefficients of a 3D strange attractor, so you can explore the curves and ripples of mathematical equations brought to life in vivid color.
Five simple interactions and a minimalist display. __Adam’s native image browser allows you to scroll through images and browse folders with ease.
Breakneck speed, massive explosions, diverse courses, and a two-player option – Mohydine’s spaceship-flying game Escape Velocity has it all. Check out the newly released teaser trailer below.
Last, but surely not least among Linux enthusiasts, billy_blaze42 posted a handy guide for getting the Leap Motion SDK to work on openSUSE Linux.
BA Bahen Center for Information Technology, Toronto, ON
Saturday, June 8
The Leap Motion Controller will be appearing alongside nine other transformative devices, including Google Glass and Arduino, at this day-long event.
Are you giving a Leap Motion Controller demo? Looking to meet and collaborate with other developers? Post your event notices in the Events & Meetups forum.