Interaction Engine 1.1.1

Requires: Core Asset 4.3.4

What's New:

  • Updated to support Unity 2017.3
  • Added ability to force a controller to grasp an object
  • Fix a bug where the physics representation of the hands would explode sometimes when switching between curved spaces
  • Added the SwapGrasp function and a corresponding example scene, allowing you swap a grasped object with another object in the scene.
  • Correctly account for the Physics.autoSyncTransforms state during the Interaction Manager update.

Graphic Renderer 0.1.2

Requires: Core Asset 4.3.4

What's New:

  • Updated to support Unity 2017.3
  • Allowed you to disable or enable a graphic without detaching or re-attaching the graphic.
  • Disabled graphics are no longer visible!
  • Disabling and Enabling graphics is now lightning fast!
  • Improved dirty detection to reduce rebuild situations
  • Fixed several edge cases

Core Assets 4.3.4

What's New:

  • Updated to support Unity 2017.3
  • Renamed IHandModel to HandModelBase
  • Improved physics interpolation in LeapServiceProvider
  • Fixed bug where graphic renderer inspector would fail when the user uses unpacked sprites.
  • Added callouts to notify users that unpacked sprites are not supported in the Graphic Renderer.
  • Added a new Pose struct to keep track of a point in space with a position and an orientation
  • Added extra operations for Query (Conversion, Repeat, Uniform, and default Sequences)
  • Added the CurveBounds attribute for AnimationCurve values
  • Added default AnimationCurve types
  • Added many Rect utilities (area, expansion, encapsulation...)
  • Added DrawPosition to the RuntimeGizmos
  • Improved ImplementsInterface attribute (now supports ScriptableObject)
  • Added cubic hermite splines (with float, Vector2, and Vector3 variants)
  • Added a swizzle class to allow you to swizzle Vector2, Vector3, and Vector4 structs
  • Added many general utility functions / fixed bugs

Requirements

  • Leap Motion Orion
  • Oculus Rift 0.8.0+
  • Unity 5.6 or 2017
  • Windows

Compatible Modules: 

Core Assets 4.3.3

What's New:

This is a hotfix release addressing an issue with the warpingAdjustment variable, which was previously renamed to _warpingAdjustment without using the [FormerlySerializedAs] attribute. This resulted in the adjustment value reverting back to its default value, which was 60. The recommended value for PC experiences is 17, and so this introduced a 43-millisecond difference in the warping effects, causing significant swim when the user moved their head.

  • Renamed the variable, again without using the [FormerlySerializedAs] attribute. This is intentional so that any bad values that have been saved into developer's scenes get discarded and overwritten by the new good default, 17.
  • Made it so that unless _allowManualTimeAlignment is checked, the adjustment value will do NOTHING. Instead the value is driven by a constant. This is so that if we want to push out a new value for the default adjustment value in the future, we can just update the constant and all developer's scenes will be automatically updated.

Requirements

  • Leap Motion Orion
  • Oculus Rift 0.8.0+
  • Unity 5.6+
  • Windows

Compatible Modules: 

Core Assets 4.3.1

What's New:

Unity Version

  • Upgraded Core Assets to expect Unity 2017.1.0p4, a version that patch-fixes a security vulnerability allowing arbitrary code execution. See UNITY-SEC-844. Unity 5.6 and above remain supported.

Leap Hands

  • Adjusted the default pose offset of the Leap Motion Controller from a tracked headset to be 12 cm forward (previously 10 cm) and a 5 degree tilt downward (previously 0 degrees). This change is expected to improve hand alignment for most VR devices.
  • Added a checkbox to allow manual Leap Motion Controller pose alignment on the LeapVRTemporalWarping script. Available parameters are forward offset, vertical offset, and upward/downward tilt. These settings are tied to the application, not the headset, so these settings should only be used under circumstances where the application will be run in a known headset configuration.
  • Fixed a bug where Attachment Hands could null-reference when iterating through all available attachment points.

Query (Garbageless LINQ)

  • Added Min and Max query operations for queries on collections of IComparables.
  • Added support Query()-ing 2D arrays.

Utilities

  • Added the Maybe\<T\> and Either<U, V> data structures.
  • Added the AnimationCurveUtil, providing static methods that can compress AnimationCurve objects, with a parameterized maximum error.
  • Added SerializableType, which allows you to serialize Type references.
  • Added ProgressBar, an easy way to produce progress bars for long operations in-editor.
  • Added AssetFolder, an intelligent serializable reference to a folder.

Requirements

  • Leap Motion Orion
  • Oculus Rift 0.8.0+
  • Unity 5.6+
  • Windows

Compatible Modules: 

Core Assets 4.3.0

What's New:

  • Visual Studio compilation for LeapCSharp has been fixed, bringing back the breakpoints workflow for debugging.
  • It is now possible to choose between two poses at edit-time by the Edit-Time Pose option in the LeapServiceProvider's inspector.
  • The device type setting has been removed; we now always assume Leap Motion Controller settings.
  • The isHeadMounted property is now validated at runtime and automatically set to an appropriate value when the LeapServiceProvider script is added to a GameObject.
  • The HandUtils static class now only requires a LeapProvider rather than a LeapServiceProvider, better supporting edge-cases where users desire, for example, recorded playback via custom service provider scripts.
  • Modified the focalPlaneOffset value for the Leap Motion Controller to produce better hand presence.
  • HandFader.cs has been removed, as it was unused.
  • A handful of new utilities have been added to support IE and GR development.

Requirements

  • Leap Motion Orion
  • Oculus Rift 0.8.0+
  • Unity 5.6+
  • Windows

Compatible Modules: 

Interaction Engine 1.1.0

Requires: Core Asset 4.3.0

What's New:

  • Pressing X on initial gravity and timestep warnings no longer dismisses the warnings forever.
  • Example 7 has been added, demonstrating how to set up a scene to support putting the player in a moving reference frame and still have user interfaces function properly.
  • SceneSettings have been removed from Example 2, preventing project settings from getting clobbered.
  • Sliders have had their inspectors organized more neatly.
  • Fixed an issue where, at low physics timesteps, buttons moved too slowly.
  • Interaction objects are no longer required to exist on the Interaction layer. Layers with interaction objects on them are tracked and still filtered for physics optimization.
  • Interaction buttons and sliders can now be constructed based upon where they relax to or where they depress to.
  • Added a warning when RigidRoundHand scripts are detected in the scene, as these scripts break proper physics functionality.
  • Fixed physical and visual instability when grasping buttons.
  • Fixed instability when grasping objects with centers of mass that are offset from the Rigidbody transform position.
  • Interaction Controllers now provide warnings in their inspectors if they are added to a scene but not beneath an InteractionManager.
  • Fixed exception when adding an InteractionBehaviour component at runtime
  • Fixed a bug with AnchorableBehaviours where inspector utility buttons were incorrectly grayed out when only a single object was selected.

Graphic Renderer 0.1.1

Requires: Core Asset 4.3.0

What's New:

  • SetRuntimeTint now features a string-based overload taking in HTML color strings, allowing UnityEvents to target the method in the inspector.
  • Graphics now prefer the group they were originally added to, better supporting scenarios where graphics are enabled or disabled at runtime.
  • Fixed a bug where graphic settings were not duplicated properly when an entire Graphic Renderer was duplicated.
  • Fixed a bug where text glyphs were not being refreshed properly.
  • Added LeapBoxGraphic and LeapPanelOutlineGraphic alongside the LeapPanelGraphic as additional procedural mesh generators built-in to the Graphic Renderer.

Core Assets 4.2.1

What's New:

This is a hotfix release to Unity Core Assets 4.2.0 to address the following:

  • Fix the Attachment Hands example scene
  • Migrate all Examples to one single Examples folder
  • Fix attachment hands prefab spam message showing in Git

Requirements

  • Leap Motion Orion
  • Oculus Rift 0.8.0+
  • Unity 5.6+
  • Windows

Compatible Modules: 

Interaction Engine 1.0.1

Requires: Core Asset 4.2.1

What's New:

This is a hotfix release to address the following issues:

  • Added warnings for improperly configured controller input settings
  • Added warnings for improperly configured gravity settings
  • Added warnings for improperly configured physics timestep settings

Core Assets 4.2.0

What's New:

  • Cleaner and easier-to-upgrade file organization
  • The AttachmentHands script reproduces the functionality of the Attachments Module with a more intuitive Inspector interface and Hierarchy behavior. Add it to a GameObject beneath your VR object rig to get started.
  • MultiTypedList/MultiTypedReference allow you to serialize (but not draw) data that is of multiple different types.
  • Deprecate the AutoFind attribute.
  • Added SerializableHashSet to mirror SerializableDictionary.
  • Added ReadonlyHashSet, for when you just don’t want anybody messin’ around with your HashSets.

Requirements

  • Leap Motion Orion
  • Oculus Rift 0.8.0+
  • Unity 5.6+
  • Windows

Compatible Modules: 

  • Interaction Engine 1.0.0
  • Graphic Renderer 0.1.0
  • Hands Module 2.1.2
  • UI Input Module 1.2.1 (deprecated)
  • Detection Examples 1.0.4 (deprecated)
  • Attachments Module 1.0.5 (deprecated)

Graphic Renderer 0.1.0

Requires: Core Asset 4.2.0 or 4.2.1

What's New:

  • Efficiently render many meshes with a small number of draw calls.
  • Control per-object properties easily and efficiently.
  • Use curved spaces to bend and warp your objects.
  • Designed specifically for high mobile performance.

Interaction Engine 1.0.0

Requires: Core Asset 4.2.0

What's New:

  • Interact intuitively with physical objects in Unity, in VR
  • Easily create stable, physical, 3D user interfaces
  • Design interactive experiences around physical proximity to objects, grasping objects, or touching objects
  • Supports hands and VR controllers equally well

Hands Module 2.1.2

Requires: Core Asset 4.2.0 or 4.2.1

What's New:

  • This is a compatibility version update to work with the new Unity Core Assets 4.2.0 folder structure.