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MYO - Wearable Gesture Control from Thalmic Labs
by ThalmicLabs | video info

17,469 ratings | 2,419,346 views

Preorder at www.getmyo.com. Supports Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android.

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When will you be able to buy a MYO and how much will it cost?

Thalmic Labs have published that their intent is to get the MYO shipping late 2013, the initial run of 25,000 have all been pre-ordered but you can pre-order one of the second batch, which will ship in in early 2014, until then you will have to wait for this versatile PC motion controller from the Thalmic Labs.

The pre-order price is just 9, no details of standard pricing have yet been released. This might not seem to be "cheap motion control" but it is relatively affordable, and if the innovative thinking combines well and provide intuitive control, very good value.

Tweets about Thalmic Labs & MYO

  • Retweet Reply

    thalmic Apr 23, 2013 @ 9:31 am
    @romcubed Hey there! If you ordered on Feb 26th then we'll be shipping yours in late 2013. Developer? Sign up here: https://t.co/jEgniUBCyg

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    3Dprint_news1 Apr 23, 2013 @ 9:25 am
    RT @E_Craftsmen: RT @robinmacnab: RT @thalmic: We love our 3D printer here @thalmic, but are excited to see a 4D printer in action: http://

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    E_Craftsmen Apr 23, 2013 @ 9:20 am
    RT @robinmacnab: RT @thalmic: We love our 3D printer here @thalmic, but are excited to see a 4D printer in action: http://t.co/UycgMltBQ8

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    forgetdomani Apr 23, 2013 @ 6:40 am
    "MYO - Wearable Gesture Control from Thalmic Labs" (http://t.co/lsfcLFeXha)

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    inp_it Apr 23, 2013 @ 6:17 am
    #computerra: : MYO Thalmic Labs ... http://t.co/SB3P0EZiDl

What's to stop me causing havoc by waving my arms around?

Well nothing, if that is what you want to do, however, the MYO uses an uncommon gesture to switch it on and off, so at the end of whatever task you are doing just disable it.

What if you sneeze or a mosquito lands on your arm? Ok, ok, so how often does that happen? Really?

The MYO can be worn under a shirt too, so it can be totally unobtrusive.

What to know more about the MYO or Thalmic Labs?

Interview with Stephen Lake of Thalmic Labs - Thalmic hits .5M in pre-orders!
(The idea) came from myself and the two other co-founders, we spent some time working on wearable computing during our undergrad at the University of Waterloo and realized this was a super-exciting area.
Thalmic Labs has been funded through Y Combinator, find out more here
Y Combinator have developed a new model of startup funding. Twice a year they invest a small amount of money in a variety of startups.

More commentary on the MYO

MYO: Control Devices With the Wave of a Hand!
by Tech Feed | video info

535 ratings | 52,808 views

Did you ever want to control your computer with the wave of a hand? Thalmic Labs' MYO lets you do just that. Scott describes how MYO uses muscle contractions in your forearm to control your devices! Is wearable tech the next big thing? Let us know in the comments. ***Don't Forget: Send us a Video Response with a question for Scott or Annie and win a FREE Tech Feed T-Shirt!*** Please Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thetechfeed Google+: http://gplus.to/techfeed Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/techfeedtv?ref=ts&fref=ts Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TECHFEED_News Follow Scott on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Scott_Bromley Host: Scott Bromley Producer: Lauren Rudser Associate Producers: Todd Boudreaux, Chastity Vicencio Editor: Frank Knight

  • Did you ever want to control your computer with the wave of a hand? Thalmic Labs' MYO lets you do ju
  • For a long time the method you used to control the devices in your life was pretty much limited to b
  • The MYO Armband is a gesture control device that you wear on your forearm. Unlike traditional motion
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MYO Specifications

The MYO contains a mixture of proprietary and common technology to communicate both muscle activity and motion.
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    Communication between the MYO and your devices is via Bluetooth 4.0, Low Energy
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    Lithium-Ion batteries
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    ARM Processor
  • 4
    Proprietary muscle activity sensors.
  • 5
    6-axis inertial measurement unit

Thalmic Labs MYO Development

25,000 MYOs will shortly be shipped to developers, follow the official Thalmic Labs Twitter Feed to keep up to date on what is happening.

ThalmicDev aka Thalmic Developers

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  • Retweet Reply

    Apr 17, 2013 @ 6:23 pm
    @tfermm Developers can use the API to adapt MYO for other uses! Email thalmic@thalmic.com if you have any more questions.

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    Apr 17, 2013 @ 4:16 pm
    @josish Yes, it'll be compatible with Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android! Plus, the open source libraries make other platforms possible!

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    Apr 17, 2013 @ 4:14 pm
    @mark_ellul Yes!!

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    Apr 5, 2013 @ 3:21 pm
    @Blood_Knight64 Thanks for the feedback! We'll be updating the FAQ.

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    Apr 5, 2013 @ 3:17 pm
    @fersingb We're still here, just working hard on your MYOs!

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  1. MYO from Thalmic Labs Trailer
  2. The two main contenders....
  3. Grab a drone to control with your MYO!
  4. When will you be able to buy a MYO and how much will it cost?
  5. Will gesture control change the way we use computers for ever?
  6. Tweets about Thalmic Labs & MYO
  7. What's to stop me causing havoc by waving my arms around?
  8. What to know more about the MYO or Thalmic Labs?
  9. More commentary on the MYO
  10. Pre Order a MYO today
  11. MYO Specifications
  12. More News about the Thalmic Labs MYO
  13. Thalmic Labs MYO Development
  14. Other similar pages
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