Leap Motion Developer Meetup
333 Bryant Street, Suite 320, San Francisco, CA
Thursday, November 21 @ 6:00 – 8:30 PM
Leap Motion Unity Starter Kit
A brand-new starter kit is now available for Unity developers, featuring six example scenes that demonstrate how to build interactive games with Unity and the Leap Motion Controller. Check it out »
We recently launched our new community platform, where the developer and user forums have been united to encourage broader discussions about Leap Motion apps, features, and projects. Now you can talk with fellow community members in a whole new way. Join the conversation »
Developer Labs: Airspace Store
5 Airspace Store Essentials
Want your app to make a great first impression? Here are five essential tips for ensuring that your Airspace app profile stands out from the crowd. Read more »
Cross-Promotions API Integration with C#/Unity
To help you get started with the Airspace Store’s new cross-promotions feature, Pohung Chen wrote a quick sample that integrates the Cross-Promotions API with your C#/Unity app. Read more »
On Developer Labs, you can find deep insights and technical perspectives on Leap Motion projects, natural user interfaces, and developer communities worldwide. Want to contribute a guest post? Submit your proposal.
Filter audio signals by waving your hands in the air with leapSound, an experiment built on Leap.js and the Web Audio API.
Highlights & Innovations
Created in WebGL at B-Reel’s London office, Star Canvas is an interactive guestbook in the form of a giant projected star chart.
We’ve seen our fair share of robotic arms, but these four latest projects each bring something unique to the table – including a 3D-printed robot hand, augmented reality, an Arduino-driven arm with Unity interface, and 5 axes of movement.
At this year’s Devoxx hackathon, Geert Bevin created a rainbow of colored lights using Java, Raspberry Pi, and the Leap Motion Controller.
Personal Assisted Nerf Defense Armament (PANDA). Created by YichengSun, this Leap Motion-enabled hack puts you in control of a modified dynamic targeting Nerf gun.
All about WebGL at SFHTML5
Thursday, January 23, 2014 @ 5:00 – 10:00 PM
Explore digital playgrounds with Leap Motion experience engineer Isaac Cohen, whose talk “Finding (and Making) your Happy Place” focuses on our power to ask emotional questions through code – including WebRTC, the Web Audio API, and Three.js. The event will be livestreamed on Google Developers Live.