The Leap is an incredible new motion-tracking device from Leap Motion. It tracks movements up to 10 µm (!) in 8 cubic feet of 3D space. OpenLeap is a community of open-source enthusiasts making software for this wonderful device.
Started by Owen Versteeg as an open-source initiative for the Leap. Currently at 118 members and counting.
Many Leap developers asked for a good community site where they could share projects and see examples - so here one is!
A bunch of open-source applications that use the Leap. One example is DrawPad.
Just use GitHub's "transfer ownership" function; transfer the repo to OpenLeap.
Awesome! Create a repo if you can code, or contact OpenLeap if you can't.
You can pick one up at your local Best Buy, buy online here at the official online Leap Motion store, or you can get one on Amazon.