By Tori Wieldt-Oracle on Jul 10, 2014
In technical article "Leap Motion and JavaFX," Java Champion Johan Vos shows you how to use the Java API in a Java client application to interact with the Leap Motion Controller.
There might come a day when parents have to explain to their children what a keyboard is. For example, the Leap Motion Controller is equipped with infrared cameras and infrared LEDs and is capable of tracking hand and finger movements. Fortunately, a Java API is available. "Leap Motion and JavaFX," explores how you can 3-D hand movements to interact with JavaFX applications. See the Leap Motion in action:
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