MYO wearable gesture controlled arm band by thalmic labs
MYO   wearable gesture controlled arm band by thalmic labs MYO   wearable gesture controlled arm band by thalmic labs
feb 27, 2013

MYO wearable gesture controlled arm band by thalmic labs

MYO – wearable gesture controlled arm-band



using new communication technologies, ‘MYO’, the wearable gesture controlled arm-band by thalmic labs is capable of measuring electrical activity in muscle movement instantly. the device provides a seamless way to interact with computers – giving users an accurate sense of control. with the wave of a hand, ‘MYO’ transforms interactions by simply utilizing the electrical activity in muscles to wirelessly control video games, phones, and other digital products.


created with third-party developers in mind, the API lets programmers utilize its sophisticated hardware to experiment, build and benefit from the applications found within the uniquely engineered software. the armband uses bluetooth 4.0 tocommunicate with the devices it is paired with. featuring on-board, rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, and a ARM processor outfitted with muscle activity sensors –  the system integrates a 6-axis inertial measurement unit for fully immersed interactive experiences.



MYO – wearable gesture control video courtesy thalmiclabs



color variation detail of the wearable arm-band



top view highlighting the internal structure

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  • I would like to purchase MYO – wearable gesture controlled arm-band by thalmic labs
    how much is wearable gesture controlled arm-band
    what type of receiver is it compatible with

    dane fitzpatrick says:

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