Geco for me too - easy to use
perhaps not quite as many options for gestures as some other software but plenty to be very useful.
I also think the detection/precision are limitations of the leap motion hardware
(its a reason I think only using a limited number of reliable gestures rather than too many which can get confused is a good thing)
Just got updated!
-Complete revolution, first of all - Absolutely - NO-MORE-MEMORY-ISSUE.
-The tcpigola max patches are now independent from leapmotion, they can be used for ANY JSON OBJECT
-dict approach - a bit slower but stable- great for unpredictable JSON objects and where you cannot predict the fields you will be interested in reading, also very good for integrating with preexisting dict based systems.
-props approach - very fast - select exacly the fields you want and have them outputted as an array, then you can do whatever you want .. for example unpack it.
HI there. i do use leap motion with max 7 and windows 64bit + ableton live 9.5 .
In my opinion Geko is a bit oldy, the code is based on V1 of Leap motion so thats why is laggy.
Aeromidi is really crappy also...
Best i have found is TekhTonik from ehtno tehk people. An amazing device that works as a standalone.
Other wise as said you could use the ircam externals for windows and leap motion and do the patching for your needs .