OK, so these are just a tad more complex than the previous topics we've covered so far. However, I digress; they're still relatively simple. As gestures are one of the more complicated aspects of the Leap Motion API, we'll walk through the different gestures (and what they do) one at a time.
Whenever the Leap Motion Controller is turned on and is active, it is watching for activity within its FOV that resembles certain kinds of movement patterns that are typical of a user gesture or command. As an example, a circular movement of the user's finger might be detected as
CircleGesture, while a hand moving from side to side might indicate
As per the Leap API documents, whenever the Leap's tracking software detects ...