For your first adventure out into the realm of Unity scripting, you'll be writing only two scripts, which will render the user's hands into the three-dimensional game world.
Go ahead and double-click on the
LeapListener file that you created earlier inside the
Scripts folder. This will make Unity automatically open MonoDevelop, the Integrated Development Environment used when writing scripts for Unity. Your screen should look a little bit like this:
The basic layout of MonoDevelop is pretty similar to Eclipse and other IDEs; you have the Solution browser on the left (which is basically just your project explorer), the workspace in ...