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Next Tuesday, you’re invited to San Francisco’s Moscone Center for our monthly developer meetup and the HTML5 Developer Conference. But first, put on your designer’s cap and dive into Theo Armour’s boilerplate for Three.js, and meet the creator of a new rail shooter designed exclusively for the Leap Motion Controller.

Plus, a JavaScript-based web cursor, an online course in C#, and a call for CopperCube integration. To read this email in your browser, click here. If you have any questions, or want to share an item for the newsletter, get in touch by posting on our general discussion forum.

Featured News: October 15, 2013

Leap Motion at HTML5

Next week, we’re at Moscone North in San Francisco for our monthly developer meetup – and the HTML5 Developer Conference! Join us to explore how natural interactions are changing the way we think about designing for the web and dive into new platforms. RSVP »

Developer Labs

Thinking as a Designer: Leap + Three.js Boilerplate

“To design for the Leap Motion Controller in 3D, you need to be bold. And you need a boilerplate. So put on your design hat and dive down into the rabbit hole – it’s time to get messy.” Read more »

Viktor Kalvachev on Building Blue Estate

HESAW’s Blue Estate Prologue, free for a limited time in the Airspace Store, uses an autofire system to immerse players in the game. By focusing on casual, story-based gaming, the creators hope to bring a new level of quality to rail shooters. Read more »

On Developer Labs, you can find deep insights and technical perspectives on Leap Motion projects, natural user interfaces, and developer communities worldwide.


Community Toolkit

Build Leap Motion scroll and click support into your website. With a single line of code, your site can call on roboleary’s LeapCursor.js to create an interactive hand.

Want to create a WPF application for the Leap Motion Controller? John Sonmez and Iris Classon posted a full online course on developing for Leap Motion in C# – from idea to fully realized app.

Setting up the Leap Motion SDK in Eclipse – made simple. Check out Ananda Verma’s guide on TechSpritz to get started.

With the addition of a Scratch 2.0 plugin to the Airspace Store, anyone can now connect the Leap Motion Controller to their projects in Scratch – an educational programming language and multimedia authoring tool designed to help kids learn to code.

To see the latest UI elements and sample code shared by the community, check out Links & Libraries. You can share your code on the Projects & Collaborations forum.

Forum Highlights

This week, we put out a call for community members to help integrate the Leap Motion API with CopperCube – a 3D app, game, and website editor that lets you create without programming. Read more »

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