The web is all around us. With new technologies like WebGL, you can unlock great performance for real-time graphics with very little effort. Recently, we decided to throw a party for employees and friends, and decided that the large venue would work great with interactive projections. By using the Leap Motion Controller, our guests could interact with the visuals using one hand while holding a drink in the other.
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In this post, the second of my three-part series on LeapJS plugins, we’ll take a look at Proximity Alert, an audio feedback plugin which gives beeps based upon your hand position. It can be used in any app, and is fully open-source.
I’m Isaac, and I’m an experience engineer at Leap Motion. I work exploring a newly discovered relationship with our hands. I’m intensely interested in communing with digital nature, and the tools that I use are Three.js, Web Audio API, and most of all, Leap Motion. Most of what I have done can be found at cabbibo.com where I have been working on constructing my own personal Ice Kingdom.