(Phys.org) —”Wave goodbye to camera-based gesture control.” That is the confident directive coming from a one-year-old Waterloo, Ontario, startup called Thalmic Labs. The company is prepared to ship its next batch of wearable-computing armbands for device controls early next year. The $149 armbands called MYO do not require cameras in order to track hand or arm movements. The armbands can wirelessly control and interact with computers and other digital consumer products by recognizing the electric impulses in users’ muscles.
Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2013-04-myo-armband-muscle-video.html#jCp
Using groundbreaking technology, MYO is able to measure electrical activity in your muscles instantly. The result is a seamless way to interact with computers, and a truly magical sense of control.
Read more at: https://getmyo.com/
what is the cost of it is it wrkng wid our mind our like bluetooth device type
Reads nerve signals to muscles, like EKG at doctors. Enough for movement but no mind reading.