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Thalmic's Myo Armband wants to be your wireless controller #CES2015

While still mostly an accessory for developers to play with and build new experiences with, the Myo armband has been on the short list of gadgets to keep an eye on for a while now. The promise of an arm cuff that responds to your hand gestures and controls anything from your thermostat to...

Thalmic Labs presents its case for Myo in enterprise wearables

Thalmic Labs was at Web Summit in Dublin to not only show off its wearable Myo, but to also make the case for its role in enterprise wearables which is a major target industry for the company. One of the problems with how the company markets itself is that it's a wearable for seemingly...

Myo armband set to offer touchless, mobile-friendly gesture control

While in Kitchener- Waterloo for BlackBerry's Annual General Meeting, I popped by Thalmic Labs to see how their Myo armband was coming along. This little piece of wearable tech uses an array of sensors to detect how your forearm is flexing based on hand movement, and translating that data for...
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Myo armband design finalized as developer units get set to ship

The folks at Thalmic are getting closer and closer to getting their Myo gesture-control armband out the door. We've previously seen some early designs on the Myo, but Thalmic has now locked down a final product with the first units heading out to developers next month. The Myo came to inception...

Thalmic Labs' Myo armband and the long road to gaming accessory

When I first saw Thalmic Labs' Myo armband, I thought "that's a cool device, but why?". It's a problem that a lot of wearables and IoT products are experiencing. Sure, it's cool to track your heartbeat, brain patterns, or watch your dog while you're away, but is that a solution to a real...