Improved two-handed interaction
Ultraleap Gemini has a noticeable improvement in tracking both hands when they’re close together or overlapping. This means more reliable tracking performance even when hands are overlapping each other, or interacting.
Significantly more robust and accurate
Improved side to side finger fidelity, arm accuracy noticeably improved, improved hand rotation sensitivity (especially for fists).
Improvements in hand detection mean that hands are tracked as soon as they enter the field of view. In HMD mode stability is also noticeably improved during initialization and termination.
Robust for different hand anatomy
Noticeably improved performance across a wide range of hand sizes.
New Tracking Mode
Ultraleap Gemini now supports a new camera orientation mode – Screentop. In addition to Desktop mode and HMD mode, we now support devices angled down towards the user. For TouchFree users this means a new camera position, Above Facing User, is enabled.
Previously we had both a Diagnostic Visualizer and a VR Visualizer. We’ve deprecated our Diagnostic Visualizer in favour of a single Tracking Visualizer that can toggle between Desktop, HMD and Screentop modes.
You now have the option to install the SDK alongside the Tracking Service. The SDK will be installed in the same folder as the Tracking Service.
Online LeapC API documentation
You can now find the API Reference, The LeapC Guide, and examples on the Ultraleap Developer Resources Site.
You’ll notice a refreshed look and a streamlined installation process. We’ve changed the installation path so that all components are now installed within an Ultraleap folder. The Control Panel has had visual updates, and we’ve simplified how camera and software status is displayed.
Updated minimum requirements:
Windows® 10, 64-bit
Intel® Core™ i3 processor 5th Gen (must support AVX instructions)
2 GB RAM
USB 2.0 port
For the most up-to-date information on features and fixes see the Gemini Release Notes.