Ultraleap creates revolutionary hand-tracking technology that eliminates the need for controllers when using a VR headset.

Leap Motion Controller 2: XR Bundle

Say hello to the 2nd generation of Ultraleap’s iconic hand-tracking camera

The Leap Motion Controller 2 is the ideal hardware to experience Ultraleap’s world-class hand tracking.

Training in VR has never been more effective

With the Leap Motion Controller 2, trainees can learn and practice critical skills in a safe, immersive, and realistic environment. Employees can master complex tasks quickly and confidently, leading to increased productivity and improved safety.

Immerse yourself in a new reality

The Leap Motion Controller 2 lets you interact with your virtual surroundings in a way that feels natural and intuitive. By using just your hands instead of controllers to navigate through virtual environments, you’ll feel fully immersed in the experience.

World’s best hand tracking on your favourite XR headset

The Leap Motion Controller 2 can be attached to headsets from Pico, HTC and more, giving you the freedom to choose the perfect device for your needs. Say goodbye to controllers and enter a new world of intuitive VR interaction.

A decade of pioneering advancements in hand tracking

30% Smaller

Smaller and more lightweight form factor for optimum placement.

Increased Field of View

Camera hardware that enables a bigger interaction space.

25% Less Power

More efficient cameras and IR illumination allow you to track more with less.

Smaller, lighter, better

Next generation hand-tracking technology includes better images via higher resolution cameras, an increased field of view and lower power consumption. All in a smaller package for optimism placement and convenience.

Hyperion: Ultraleap Hand Tracking Software

With the availability of the Leap Motion Controller 2, Hyperion will support multiple different platforms including macOS, XR2 Android and Windows.

Tooling and Resources for Unity, Unreal and OpenXR

Whatever your platform, the future of interaction is just a fingertip away. Tools and utilities allow you to integrate

The second generation of Ultraleap’s iconic hand-tracking camera provides a greater field of view, runs at lower power and is provided within a smaller package.

An ergonomic, flexible design that can be attached to many different XR headsets. It includes a 15° downward tilt for the most optimal interaction experience.

A 22cm short USB cable for using the Leap Motion Controller 2 with an XR headset. The cable has a right-angle connection to prevent the wire from appearing in the device’s field of view.

Hyperion provides the most advanced version of Ultraleap’s award-winning hand-tracking software. It provides the capability for tailoring Ultraleap hand tracking to suit different use cases, such as fine finger interactions and object interaction.

Plugins for Unity and Unreal, the two leading application development platforms, so that developers can incorporate hand tracking into their established workflow.

Enables Ultraleap hand tracking to work with OpenXR compliant headsets, without the developer needing to port or re-write code.

Included with the purchase of each camera is a limited non-exclusive license to install and use Ultraleap Hyperion for commercial purposes.

*The Ultraleap Hyperion tracking software is subject to the terms of the enterprise license agreement available here.
By using the Ultraleap Leap Motion Controller 2 and associated Ultraleap Hyperion tracking software, you agree to the terms of this license.

The ultimate hand-tracking accessories from the world’s leaders, matching the position of your virtual hands to your real ones more accurately and reliably than any other solution.

Wide field of view, long tracking range, and running on Ultraleap’s sixth-generation Hyperion platform – the best hand tracking software anyone has ever shipped.

Adding Ultraleap hand tracking to the Pico Neo 3 unlocks high-value use cases and brings in new users of all ages and levels of technical competency.

Using hand tracking to replace or supplement gaming controllers expands the VR enterprise market, opening new possibilities such as VR training or location-based entertainment. Hand tracking can also be used to reduce onboarding time and make VR more approachable for first-time or inexperienced users.

Unrivalled Software

Ultraleap hand tracking software captures all the subtlety and complexity of natural hand movements.

Simple Sensors

The heart of a hand-tracking device is two cameras and some infrared LEDs.

Hand Images

The LEDs illuminate your hands with infrared light. You can’t see it, but the sensors can.

Skeletal Tracking

The software uses the images to generate a virtual model of your hand movements.

Interaction Engine

The virtual models of your hand movements are fed into the Ultraleap Interaction Engine.

Real-time Interaction

Ultraleap technology offers the world’s leading hand-tracking solution.

Key Features

Tracking range and FOV

Depth of between 10cm (4″) to 75cm (29.5″) preferred, up to 1m (39″) maximum; 170×170° typical field of view (160×160° minimum). Tracking works in a range of environment types.

Operating wavelength

850nm. Provides its own illumination via two infrared LEDs spaced on either side of the cameras.


Download the relevant tooling via developer.ultraleap.com to develop on the platform of your choice:


Stereo infrared operating at 90fps.

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