Myo Gesture Control Armband

Mar 11, 2016

Category: Tech

Embrace your inner Jedi with the Myo Gesture Control Armband. Each armband reads the electrical energy within your muscles and your arm’s motion to let you wirelessly control a multitude of tech devices with hand gestures. Simply download any number of the Myo applications to control music selection, games, presentations, and even drones.

Here’s how it works. Myo connects to your devices via Bluetooth technology and detects five distinct hand gestures to remotely browse the web, switch between your favorite Spotify stations, or impress an audience with your presentation skills. They are also compatible with Mac, Windows, iOS and Android devices. So, if you’re looking to embrace the force for good, and impress your friends in the process, be sure to pick up one of these armbands and take back control of your technology. Available now with a price tag of $150. [Purchase]

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