Set up your Ultraleap Stereo IR 170 Evaluation Kit for Desktops/Laptops

If you haven’t already downloaded the SDK, please go back and do this first.


1. Remove both lens caps from the Stereo IR 170 Evaluation Kit

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2. Plug it into your computer

Use the USB cable included in the box. Centre the controller in front of your keyboard or laptop with the lenses facing upwards. Locate it so that it is comfortable to use.

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3. Run the Leap Motion Visualizer

Run the Leap Motion Visualizer to check your device is working properly. This can be found in the Leap Motion Control Panel.

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4. Start Creating

Get started with our plugins for Unity and Unreal or use the LeapC API. Older bindings for C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, Python, and Objective-C remain available, but are no longer actively supported.

 

Unity

Our Unity Core Assets and Modules make it easy to design hands, user interfaces, and interactions.

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Unreal

Our latest hand tracking plugin for Unreal Engine 4.23 features our Interaction Engine, user interface examples, and more.

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LeapC API

C-style API for accessing tracking data from the Leap Motion service.

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Legacy APIs

Including C++, C#, Objective-C, Java, Python, and JavaScript

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5. Explore Gallery

View demos suitable for use with your Stereo IR 170.