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michiel | 3 years ago | 11 comments | 13 likes | 1,071 views

Dani, stbo, vincent and 10 others like this!

Here's another research project: a virtual hand!




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Clearly the best interface would be a data glove, but layer properties like this could also work.

michiel, 3 years ago


hahahahah

agpvn, 3 years ago




Skin colour can be adjusted with the COLOUR property.

And let's not forget our alien friends by adding a 3 finger option!

michiel, 3 years ago


Soon we will get so many surprises !!! Nice Michiel.

Dani, 3 years ago


Wonderful!

IntroChamp, 3 years ago


Michiel is God Creator

vincent, 3 years ago




What a possibilities! There is one saying for this in dutch:
Goe gedaan jochie!

Filip, 3 years ago


Michiel, Congratulations on your creation, God enlighten you always.

Jesus, 3 years ago




Thank you all for your enthusiastic response!

We've started working on the presets, which is a lot of fun but also tricky because gestures can have totally different meanings. For example the upper left gesture means excellent in Holland, but is an insult in other parts of the world. Risky business :)

michiel, 3 years ago


Yes indeed it is not a compliment when it is adressed to somebody here in France. I am sure you can create an alphabet.

www.google.fr...

vincent, 3 years ago


Great test material Vincent, thanks!

A human hand has 27 bones. Creating a layer property for every bone would make the user interface too complex so we have to simplify. I'm hoping 5 properties, 1 for every finger, will be enough. But you have to test to be sure. The thumb is by far the most challenging one.

en.wikipedia.org...

michiel, 3 years ago


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Michiel den Outer is the founder and lead coder of Outerspace Software. He lives in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

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