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Mastering Leap Motion by Brandon Sanders

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Creating a simple framework program within the Eclipse IDE

Based on everything we've done this far, we can go ahead and create a basic framework program to build off. The end result will be an all but empty program that continuously outputs tracking data from a single hand within Leap's field of view. You can then use this template with the examples featured later on within this book. In addition, this section will help familiarize you with the Eclipse IDE if you haven't used it before.

So, without further ado, let's get started!

Setting up the project

First off, we need to create a new Eclipse Java project. This can be achieved by heading over to File | New | Java Project from within the IDE; you will then be greeted by a project creation wizard. ...

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