New Wearable Gesture Control From Thalmic Labs Will Change Your World [Video]

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This changes EVERYTHING! Forget the gaming controller and the mouse and keyboard combo, a new wearable gesture control allows users to control their devices by simply moving their arms.

Thalmic Labs have created the MYO, what they describe as an armband that ”lets you use the electrical activity in your muscles to wirelessly control your computer, phone and other favorite digital technologies.”

The video speaks for itself. Check it out.

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