Leap Virtual Knee Joint

Using the latest gesture control technology, we worked with a leading healthcare brand to create a fully interactive way of showing various aspects of the human anatomy at numerous healthcare congresses around the world.

For this project we built a 3D, anatomically correct model of a knee joint, in the skeletal, muscular and skin states. We then animated it, so it could be rotated and viewed from all angles. Virtual buttons changed the composition of the knee joint and activated movement.

We used Leap Motion infrared hand tracking technology, which replaced the need for a mouse or other input device. Recognising the movement of your hands, Leap can control content and 3D models with an astounding level of accuracy.

Using gesture technology to make presentations opens up new avenues of freedom and possibilities—just imagine how you could captivate the audience at your next event.

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