Myo is an armband that provides gesture control by being able to read the movements of the user’s muscles.
Myo allows its users to use the electrical activity in their muscles to wirelessly control their computes, phones, and other interesting digital technologies.
It is designed to work with PC, Mac, [iOS]I(http://www.crunchbase.com/product/ios), and Android operating system.
Thalmic Labs is the owner of Myo.
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