I did a presentation on Leap Motion at the virtual conference DotnetConf last week, and I’ve spent the weekend cleaning up the code a little bit an putting together a simple video tutorial as it seems quite a few were interested and wanted some help to get started, and a step by step guide on how to develop for Leap Motion.
As soon as I find some time I will put together a detailed article on the Leap Motion- but I reckon you will get very far,- i not further with the video tutorial, the code, the conference session and the slides.
Here is everything you need – apart from the SDK and the device- to get started developing for Leap Motion in C#!
Video tutorial with quick demo
I walk you through the what is it, how does it work (not as detailed as in the conference session), and then the code – step by step. The code is a WPF application using MVVM designpattern (not to 100%) and is a modified version of the application I made for the conference session. The Leap Motion application in C# and XAML can be found in my GitHhub repo Leap Motion (link provided below).
The conference session:
I demonstrate the Leap with several applications, get more into details of how it works, and I show both the code for three different console applications (that actually do the same thing LOL), and a WPF application.
The conference session on Leap Motion can be watched here. Slides used are the same as above, and can be found on Slideshare.
The code for the application used for the tutorial can be found here, DLL’s for Leap Motion are not included as I’m not allowed to share those. Sign up, download the SDK and add the DLL’s as described in the tutorial or the slides.