Leap Motion is a small device that tracks the movement of your hands and fingers in real time. It can be used in conjunction with virtual and augmented reality to allow you to grab things without the use of a controller such as the ones that come with the Vive and Oculus. It creates a more immersive experience as you can just use your hands as you usually would to interact with objects. You can also link certain hand gestures to different actions in the virtual world.
The Leap Motion can be used by itself with experiences on the desktop and also attached to VR headsets such as the Oculus and Vive to allow you to create VR applications where it tracks your hand motions. The developer SDK is integrated with Unity and Unreal engines allowing people to more easily make applications using the capabilities of the Leap Motion.
1) Go to the Leap Motion setup page
2) Choose whether you are setting the Leap Motion up for your computer or for a VR headset
3) If using the VR headset, follow the steps on screen to attach your kit, set up controller, and enable external apps to begin exploring
3) Download the developer SDK
4) To begin developing, go to the documentation and choose your platform
Unity Core Assets
For more information, read in Leap Motion Unity Developer Community.
Only Windows development supported
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