Thalmic Labs Shows Off MYO Development Process, Demos The Armband Controlling Tetris And A Sphero

Thalmic Labs Shows Off MYO Development Process, Demos The Armband Controlling Tetris And A Sphero

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New Waterloo-based Thalmic Labs is working on getting the MYO armband into the waiting arms of pre-order customers, which now number well above the 25,000 announced in March, Thalmic told me, making up over $4 million in total sales to date. MYO is a unique control device worn around the...
Thalmic Labs Shows Off MYO Development Process, Demos The Armband Controlling Tetris And A Sphero
                             

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