Today we found this early experiment from a developer, where he uses a Lego crane to move the arm and reflect its action on the screen, using the Leap Motion Controller. This seems to be an early approach to a very good idea: playing Lego with Leap Motion.

The main reason why this type of videos tend to catch our attention is not because of what we see in them, but because they serve as a springboard to let your imagination fly and think all the possibilities Leap Motion can offer to end users. For example: imagine a virtual Lego game where two kids can play together from different locations in the world, not as a traditional video game but as a fully interactive experience.

Hand gestures, other than the current touch-screen interfaces, offer a wide range of variety to interact with games, leveraging our surroundings, objects, everything our hands could grab and show on screen.

Check the video!