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I'm trying to use LEAP Montion on ARC but I'm still not successful
ARC does not have a plugin for Leap Motion are you developing a plugin ? Can you be more specific regarding the problem you are facing ?

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I think it would be perfect to combine it with kinect?
The Kinect requires a good 6 to 10 feet of space between the user and it and leap motion requires a hand on top of the sensor do you think they can fit together ?
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Well, I was wrong when I wanted to combine the leap with motivation and effort a few days I discovered that it was useless. In addition to plugins, I am also not familiar with creating such an animated interface in ARC and I will probably take some time to research and create it. Thanks for the answer
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Well, I was wrong when I wanted to combine the leap with
 I'm not saying leap is not worth a shot... leap is a table device and kinect is room device. Hand versus Body tracking.

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In addition to plugins, I am also not familiar with creating
To ARC requires a plugin to interact with a hardware device. To develop a plugin you need the hardware, motivation and the skills to develop a plugin. 

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creating such an animated interface in ARC
If you have the hardware and some development skills (Visual Studio / c#) you should try. I believe the graphic interface (i.e. hand) you see in the video is a leap user tool. An ARC skill plugin does not require animated/graphics design, but, it's important to have a good knowledge how the hardware i.e. leap works, existent APIs and an idea how to export the device features to the ARC.
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Does the leap motion have a joystick mode? Where it can emulate an analog joystick?

if so, use the joystick skill control in ARC.
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Yes, of course the leap montion can be used for joysticks, every simulation of the arm and hand is done with the deap montion.
Thanks for your great suggestions!