Tech-dance wrote:Looks great but seriously, are we expected to buy this camera in order to test out your software? If not, what's the gig here? Why is this on the front page of Steinberg.net? How many people have these cameras and how are they obtained?
TheNavigator wrote:I know.
But which one is better? And which camera would you recommend?
MauroStudio wrote:I bought a leap motion 6 month before it come out because I wanted to try to use it with Cubase... soon I discovered that the pointing device software it was not reliable and nowhere near accurate any for any usage with Cubase.
I disconnected it and never use it again.
Tonight I tried with Ic Air and although there is still a long way to go before it becomes a really useful tool, I have to say is pretty cool...
Some of the gesture are not recognize easily and the tracking of the motion is a little scattered still... I hope that future updates from both Cubase and Leap will make this great idea usable in a professional context.
Thank you for your work..... please let me get rid of my mouse and keyboard as soon as possible!!!!!!!!
plectrumboy wrote:I don't know from direct experience; however reading some of the Leap Motion website I'd guess neither is good for long distance. The Leap Motion talks about a certain volume of space around the controller. My guess is similarly the resolution of a camera-based device will work within a defined distance.
I guess the point might be: why not simply move the controller nearer to you? If you're looking for remote control gestures away from the computer, put the controller on a long usb cable. In these circumstances I would definitely fancy the Leap Motion over the camera, because the Leap Motion can simply be placed on an existing surface, no worries about aiming it towards you in the same way.
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