Leap Motion on Voxon's VX1

Using Ultraleap hand tracking

Leap Motion and Voxon at the Forefront of Human Computer Interaction

No controllers, no wearables, just natural interaction. Leap Motion from
Ultraleap turns the Voxon Photonics VX1 3D volumetric display into a natural user interface.

We used Unity Technologies to create this physics sandbox using both the Leap Motion and Voxon VX1 Unity assets.

The Voxon VX1 is a 3D volumetric display capable of rendering 3D images inside a 18 x 18 x 8 cm volume. Objects, animations, games or complex data are instantly brought to life within the volume, creating a physical presence viewable from any angle by any number of people.

This is just a simple demonstration of controlling objects using your hands in a mixed reality environment without headgear. What is viewed on Voxon’s volumetric display and how we interact with that data, is only limited by the imagination…

The video above shows simple hand tracking used to show the results on a skeleton of a human hand (again made with Unity). Simple, yet visually engaging. What could you use a volumetric display within your industry?

You can also find out more about just some of the possible use cases for our VX1 here: 37 Ways to use the Voxon VX1 3D Volumetric Display.

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