What if buildings could change their shape in response to your movements? This week on Developer Labs, dive into the future of architecture with the creators of the Aether Project. Plus, highlights from last month’s Leap Motion hackathon and a new Japanese language feature in the Airspace Store. Also new this week, learning the periodic […]
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From building together in Google Hangouts to reimagining classic games, reach into the future with student projects from the PennApps hackathon. Plus, an Oculus Rift-enabled example that lets you beat up a dummy. Also new this week, we have a library for AngularJS, playing piano and mixing beats in the air, and a huge virtual-reality battleship game.
What do 3D printers and analog clocks have in common? Find out this week on Developer Labs with a retro art experiment and how hardware hacking can change the world. Plus, three young developers on building apps for Airspace, text input interfaces, augmenting the web, and robotic learning. To take control of your own hardware integrations, check […]
This week on Developer Labs, take the power of flight into your own hands with a Node.js control system for quadcopters, reach into the newly released plugin system for LeapJS, and control a holographic crystal pyramid designed with WebGL. Plus, sign up for a brand new Leap Motion hackathon in Austin.
Today is your last chance to share your feedback and help us shape our roadmap for 2014. Plus, we’ve upgraded our documentation and app review guidelines, as well as added a new feature to Airspace. From giant vibrating strings that explode into light and sound to grainy music you can create with your fingers, we’re […]
Want to tweak, distort, and transform your sound with Leap Motion and electric guitar? This week on Developer Labs, Nicolás Earnshaw talks about designing musical interfaces and his experiments with a touchless modulating app that uses the Leap Motion Controller to track a guitar head. Plus, check out Isaac Cohen’s latest talk on art, nature, […]
What does music look like? What happens when you reach into a fractal? Explore these questions on Developer Labs with Isaac Cohen, and stay tuned for his livestreamed SFHTML5 talk on Thursday. Plus, a great guide to waving through colors with a Philips Hue bulb. Also this week, we have a real-time projection mapping robot, […]
Your world is about to become a lot more interactive. After seeing how you can control almost anything with Leap Motion interaction, we’re celebrating the Internet of Things with a look at current and future technologies. From robots and lighting to animation and design, we’d love to know #WWYL – what would you leap? Tweet us […]
What was your favorite moment of 2013? With the new year in full swing, our latest video highlights the biggest milestones along our journey. On Developer Labs, discover how to develop simultaneously for native and web platforms with Node-Webkit, and look under the hood of Diplopia, a game designed to help people suffering from cross-eye. […]
Happy New Year! Today on Developer Labs, raise a glass to 2013 as we cover some of our favorite stories and projects from the past year. Plus, playing GTA V with hand movements, an experimental approach to animation, 3D browsing, and a catapult made from Lego® bricks. To subscribe to our developer newsletter and get […]