Engineering at Ultraleap

Engineering at Ultraleap

Solve unique problems and make a difference

Our multidisciplinary science and engineering team works from end to end of the product lifecycle. They take our technology from ground-breaking research through to deployment in real-world applications.
haptics demonstration

Research

Ultraleap's research scientists and engineers work on cutting-edge acoustics, computer vision, machine learning, applied mathematics and algorithm design, HCI, and psychophysical and physiological studies to break new ground with our technology.
Ultraleap hardware

Platform development

Our software, firmware, electronic, FPGA, and mechanical engineers collaborate to develop research into commercial products and applications. This means working across multiple platforms and languages and always learning and innovating.
Child interacting with Lego mid-air haptic experience

Applications

Field applications engineers work with customers to deploy hardware and software in the real world. Our 2D/3D artists, programmers, and Unity/Unreal developers create demos and tools that showcase the capabilities of our technology and enable customers to develop independently.
meet the team
Meet a few of our engineering team
Ultraleap Engineering team

EXPLORE SOME OF OUR PROJECTS

Ultraleap hand tracking blocks demo
Our Blocks demo for VR allows you to create and interact with shapes, manipulate gravity, and more.
Try the Blocks demo
Ultraleap Unity Automotive demo
We developed an intuitive, 3D user interface for passengers in the autonomous vehicles of the future.
Learn more
Ultraleap MRTK hand tracking
We've added support for Ultraleap hand tracking into MRTK
Learn more about MRTK
Lego Interactive Billboard with Ultraleap haptics technology
We worked with LEGO and Ocean Outdoor to create an immersive play experience on a digital billboard at London’s Westfield Stratford shopping centre.
Watch the LEGO video
Ultraleap TouchFree screen
TouchFree is our application for interactive kiosks that detects a user’s hand in mid-air and converts it to an on-screen cursor.
Learn more about TouchFree
Varjo XR3 headset
Integrating hand tracking into Varjo's high-performance XR-3 and VR-3 headsets was a major project for our engineering team.
See Varjo's XR-3 and VR-3 headsets
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