The Ultraleap Docs site provides documentation, setup information, and design guidelines for developing with our tracking and mid-air haptic technology.
The site currently includes guides for developing touchless kiosks and other 2D screen experiences. As we continue to develop the site, you can expect to see information on AR/VR and automotive HMI being added, together with technical introductions to our technology and other useful stuff. Keep checking back!
Touchless Interfaces Design Guidelines
How to make touchless kiosks and screens easy and comfortable to use.
TouchFree User Manual
A complete introduction to the TouchFree app.
Camera Placement Guidelines
How to position your Ultraleap camera module for touchless kiosks and screens.
General information and resources for designing and developing with Ultraleap’s technology.
Your hands are powerful natural tools honed by millions of years of evolution. Here’s how our hand tracking captures all their subtlety and complexity.
To design for hand tracking, you’ll need either a Leap Motion Controller or Stereo IR 170 camera module, and our hand tracking SDK, available for Windows. Legacy versions are also available for Mac and Linux.
Discover how our haptic technology creates the sense of touch in mid-air – and see it in action in VR, automotive and digital out-of-home advertising.
To add mid-air haptics, you’ll need either a STRATOS Explore or STRATOS Inspire haptic module. Both come with a Leap Motion Controller included, so this single unit is all you need for both hand tracking and haptics. They also require the Ultraleap Haptics SDK to run.
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