If you've developed applications for end users before, you've probably heard of user experience (UX). Oh, the user experience! Arguably, it's the single most important part of any Leap-driven application—heck, of any software application really!
Without a good UX, you'll have users tearing their hair out and/or punching the screen in frustration when even the seemingly simplest things they try to do don't go quite as planned. Or in a milder, less drastic case, your user will develop carpal tunnel syndrome. Either way, a good user experience is better than a bad one.
Carpal tunnel syndrome develops when excess strain is placed on your hands, specifically the median nerve (the nerve in the wrist ...