New version of tutorial:
There is now a service implemented into MyRobotLab, (Thanks to Alessandro Didonna) Which performs the hand and the LeapMotion in the matter as the video below.
Here is the script link to automaticaly run the hand and the Leap in MyRobotLab:
This is my original version of the tutorial:
Thanks to Seokju Lee, and Doctor Shim. KAIST
Unmanned System Research Group (USRG) & Field Robotics Center (C-FRIEND)
Flight Dynamics and Control Laboratory (FDCL)
Dept. of Robotics Program
This is exactly what I received for to make the Leap control the InMoov Hand, I have spent many hours pulling of my hair because things are not always obvious for everybody.
Windows is not working correctly with Leap and this script, Linux will work but you won’t have the fancy Visualiser that I showed in the video.
So your best option is to use a Apple Computer, Leap requires a lot of video resource, so don’t expect to do this on a old machine. I used a MacBookPro.
To install the files and node.js you will need to use the terminal, so it is not that easy if you’ve never done that before.
The [directory] tree you will create should be like this:
|-[Project folder (you’ve made)]
|—-[LeapHand (unzip file)]
If you need to adjust the degree rotation of your servos, edit app.js and modify the values.