Inclusive VR training employees will never forget is at your fingertips.
We all learn better by doing
Our advanced hand tracking empowers employees to feel truly present in VR training, amplifying immersive learning.
Go beyond the expected
Hand tracking in VR training inspires new ways of training the 21st century workforce.
Corporate & HR
Reduce miscommunication, deepen trust, and build social cohesion at work. Realistic non-verbal communication in VR training transforms a range of staff training, be it sales, empathy, management, or diversity and inclusion.
Natural interaction enables effective, accessible VR treatments for conditions such as “lazy eye” and strokes. Removing the need to use controllers opens up new ways to use VR for surgical training.
Improve success rates for procedural VR training with virtual interactions that closely mimic real-world ones. Switch fluidly between physical and virtual objects and evaluate learners’ hand movements for accuracy and timing.
VR training is becoming a go-to for flight attendant and pilot training around the world. Hand tracking opens up new training scenarios where controllers are impractical, and makes immersive learning instantly accessible to everyone.
Ultraleap Gemini software
Superior Pose Accuracy
Virtual hands that closely match learners' real ones, no matter what the VR training scenario.
Flexible for Multiple Platforms
Immerse your staff seamlessly, whether you’re operating PC VR or all-in-one headsets.
Unity, Unreal, OpenXR integrations
Whatever your development platform, the future of immersive learning is now.
Our purpose-built stereo infrared cameras are versatile in a wide variety of environments and lighting conditions.
Leap Motion Controller
Small, fast, and accurate. Suitable for use as a peripheral and easy to mount onto XR headsets.
Stereo IR 170
Our widest field of view and longest tracking range. Suitable for integration.
Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ XR2
Ultraleap hand tracking is pre-integrated and optimized on the XR2 reference design for all-in-one XR headsets.
Workplace learning your staff will never forget
VR has the power to change the way we learn – and when it comes to seeing your hands in VR training simulations, the data speaks for itself.
flight attendants trained in VR every year
increase in understanding of the perspective of older adults
eye clinics worldwide use VR to treat “lazy eye”
VR with hand tracking is revolutionizing training procedures for flight attendants.
The use of hands in VR is reversing vision problems, and curing “lazy eye”.
Our hand tracking is enhancing empathy and understanding of those with conditions like Alzheimer’s.
Working with Ultraleap
From plug-and-play evaluation and easy prototyping through to detailed design guidelines and integration support, we support you every step of the way to market.