[Cyborg] leap motion

Todd Anderson todicus at gmail.com
Tue May 22 00:15:24 UTC 2012

Yea, thank goodness they changed the name, Ocuspec was terrible!  My friend
and former roommate Alisha has been haunting hardware / software / hacker
meetups the past few months recruiting for them.  If anyone is interested
in a job, she'll get back to you right away!

Do you guys think it works with two IR cameras, and probably temporally
structure IR illumination (pulsed light)?  That plus some strong "finger
priors" seems like it could get you to pretty good resolution in space &
time within a small (relative to Kinect) volume.

On Mon, May 21, 2012 at 3:01 PM, Eric Boyd <mrericboyd at yahoo.com> wrote:

> http://www.extremetech.com/computing/129638-the-leap-gesture-control-like-kinect-but-cheaper-and-much-higher-resolution
> http://leapmotion.com/
> Like the Kinect, but focused on hands above the desktop.  The video is
> actually really cool, especially at the end with the 3D hands.  A
> comment mentions that the tech used must be able to penetrate the hands,
> since they are showing the top of the hands as well, but (a) it's
> probably smoke and mirrors and (b) they could also just be rigging a
> model of a hand with the info that they get from the sensor... Anyway,
> for $70, it looks like it'd be a super fun toy / potentially interesting
> input method if you do much work in 3D.
> Eric
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