As mainstream VR/AR input continues to evolve – from the early days of gaze-only input to wand-style controllers and fully articulated hand tracking – so too are the virtual user interfaces we interact with. Slowly but surely we’re moving beyond flat UIs ported over from 2D screens and toward a future filled with spatial interface paradigms that take advantage of depth and volume.
// Martin Schubert
Martin Schubert is a VR Developer/Designer at Leap Motion and the creator of Weightless and Geometric. In architecture school, we had many long discussions about things most non-designers probably never give much thought to. These always swung quickly between absurdly abstract and philosophically important, and I could never be sure which of the two was […]
Following up on last week’s release of the Leap Motion Interaction Engine, I’m excited to share Weightless: Remastered, a major update to my project that won second place in the first-ever 3D Jam. A lot has changed since then! In this post, we’ll take a deeper look at the incredible power and versatility of the […]