Thalmic Labs the creators of the Myo gesture tracking armband have this week announced the release of a new Myo + Smartglasses application that allows the Myo to interact with the Google Glass eyewear and others.
The Myo + Smartglasses app Has been designed to remove the need for remote controls, buttons or physical controllers of any type. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Myo + Smartglasses app project and see it in action.
The latest app for the Myo supports Google Glass, Recon Jet and Epson Moverio and the Myo armband is now available to pre-order for $149 and shipping will commence later this year during the fall.
The Myo armband uses electrical activity in your muscles to wirelessly control a variety of devices from your desktop computer to now your GoogleGlass eyewear.
“Thalmic Labs is proud to introduce Myo + Smartglasses, the complete solution for your mobile workforce to stay connected on the job. The Myo armband eliminates the need for remote controls, touch pads, buttons, and voice control for workers in sterile or noisy work environments. This enables workers to stay hands free and heads up in the most demanding environments.”
“Use the Myo SDK to capture arm movements and gestures inside of your application. Sound like magic? Your users will think so too. Head over to the Developer Portal to get everything you need to turn your gesture control ideas into reality.”
For more information on the new Myo + Smartglasses app and Myo armband jump over to the Thalmic Labs website for details.
Source: Thalmic LabsFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Hardware, Technology News, Top News