This extension allows the use of Leap Motion controller to scroll page and browse forward/backward.
Leap Motion Chrome Extension. Use your Leap Motion Device to Control Your Browser. Instructions: * Use two fingers to Scroll Page * Use Open Hand to Swipe Left & Right to go Forward & Back through your Browser History Configuration Options: * Show Fingers * Finger Colors * Page Scrolling * History Swipe * Page Zoom * Page Rotation
- (2017-08-22) mytransceiver: bad
- (2016-03-05) Andrii Gorishnii: It's no longer supported. Very disappointing.
- (2014-02-08) Giuseppe Cipriani: this is a Piece of Garbage bloat wear
- (2014-01-06) Nicolas Mirland: Ne fonctionne actuellement pas bien du tout.
- (2013-11-13) Simon Shi: Can not find the right pattern of scrolling.
- (2013-08-07) Connor Peet: Don't normally write reviews, but I feel I have to. Got a LEAP Motion for my birthday, and have been playing around with it, and the extension, for several days. Scrolling is nearly impossible. It does, sometimes, work, but too fast and impossible to stop. I've managed to get the back/forward functionality to work... exactly once. I've since been unable to replicate such outstanding performance. Don't even think about trying to zoom in/out. Doing so on a webpage looks like... this: http://d.pr/i/tF1l, and zooming in/out on a static image is impossible, and turns the image upside-down. To the developers: really, what the heck? Would it be that hard to simply have it adjust Chrome's built-in (and working) zooming, traditionally accessed with Control +/-? Addon is completely useless. Much better to just get a mouse with navigation buttons.
- (2013-08-06) Chris Page: Not bad. would be nice if there were a slower scroll option. jumps a little quick better still would be a slow perpetual scroll. for sites like facebook so that you don't need to pull back and put your fingers back.
- (2013-08-06) Ren Xu: Please provide a option to disable the banner "ATTENTION: Connection to Leap Motion Lost. Restart Leap Motion and Refresh Page." I sync chrome extension across devices. However, one only computer has Leap Motion connected. It was very annoying to see the banner on other devices.
- (2013-08-06) Thomas Djärf: Very usefull for scrolling, unfortunately history swipe requires you to really pull your hand over the device so not very comfortable.
- (2013-07-29) Russ Tanner: The idea is cool. But it doesn't seem to work. I was able to make it scroll one time and then it stopped working.
- (2013-07-26) Felix Zhang: works, but less feature, not support click.
- (2013-07-25) Joshua Johnston: I just gave it a try. It's not working in all tabs and seems really sensitive. I didn't see a scroll speed setting and it scrolls super fast. Once I reach where I wanted to scroll to, I can't stop it accurately. Also, the history swiping wasn't working at all. The only reason I tried it out was for the history swiping, which Touchless for Windows doesn't have at this point. Disabled it for now.
- (2013-07-25) Patrick Yates: Has good potential, more options than the other apps out there.
- (2013-07-24) Michael Tomlinson: I seems to have more potential at the moment than any of the other Leap for Chrome options. However, it isn't working at the moment.
- (2013-07-24) Johannes Tripolt: even after browser restart - extension is not activated?
- (2013-07-23) David Bajor: You need to restart chrome to get it to work. usability is horrible..
- (2013-07-23) Clayton Carlson: Same as above; how do you activate it?
- (2013-07-23) Ryan Curtis: Love the idea, but I can't get it to work? How do you activate it?