First Hand was built to demonstrate the capabilities and the variety of interaction models possible with Hands.
Meta has released a hand tracking demo for Oculus Quest called First Hand. It was built to "demonstrate the capabilities and the variety of interaction models possible with Hands" using the Presence Platform’s Interaction SDK, a library of interaction components, gestures, and tools to build magical hand and controller interactions.
"Experience the magic of interacting with the virtual world directly with your hands. Use switches, levers, virtual UIs as you solve puzzles to build robotic gloves, and then experience their superpowers."
Meta drew inspiration from First Contact, the original Meta experience showcasing controller interactions. This demo is also available as an open-source project for developers "who would like to understand and easily replicate similar interactions in their own games and apps."
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