Thalmic Labs, a Canadian company has recently released an armband named Myo. A wearable technology that uses EMG and plenty of different sensors for teaching movements of hands received via Bluetooth. The latest armband can help you to use computers remotely.
Operates using Bluetooth
The Myo armband primarily operates by establishing a connection with Bluetooth enabling the wearer to attain control over numerous devices from a distance. This innovation has proven to be a marvel; the wearer becomes a superhero!
Unlike any other device belonging in the same category, the Myo armband will cling to the arm of the wearer to detect hand gestures through electrical activity received by the Electromyographic sensors.
The device can function in various versions of Windows, iOS, Mac and Android; powered by Arm Cortex M4 processor. There are haptic feedback sensors with two led indicators and its Li-ion batteries can survive for a whole day after fully charged with a micro USB.
Furthermore, the wearer can play keynotes, play video games on computers and perform various tasks, including manipulating drones. The online store has plenty of apps available to be controlled through this sophisticated armband.
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