Hi Leap Motion Developers,
I've been searching for a local developer to help me code a version 2 of this open source Google Cardboard/Leap Motion project:
Then it just occurred to me to reach out to the Leap Motion forums, directly.
My name is Justin Anderson. I live on a farm in Germany and I have an ongoing project, having built the world's first outdoor AR headset dinosaur farm for kids and families. We launched late last December and here's our first show: http://bit.ly/2AVZpsy
I'll keep developing it and the goal is to have groups of kids and families, each wearing their own AR headset, being led by an actor tour guide through the dinosaur show.
I'm just a dad doing this as a side job, but my long term goal is to build many different types of location-based AR entertainment experiences like this.
So with that as background, I want to develop a version 2 of this Google Cardboard/Leap Motion project that's compatible with Unity 2018/2019, uses Photon engine rather than Unity's PUN, and also has the ENTIRE process be wireless (aka, has the Leap Motion connected to phone and then wirelessly send that USB signal to the computer).
So it still requires a PC, but instead of connecting to the PC via a wire and the tethered Google Cardboard, the Leap Motion would be connected directly to the Android USB port, then that USB signal is wirelessly connected to a PC, then this GitHub project as-is would take over to wirelessly send the calculated hand data back to the android phone.
If this project sounds interesting to any of you, let me know so that we can talk further.
I would love to pay someone for this project. If the price would be too high for me (I'm just doing this on the side as a dad), I'd be open to releasing it as a co-branded open source project on Github. Or some other 3rd option!
Looking forward to connect with anyone who would be interested in this project.