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|Type||Input Device, Gesture Tracker|
|Operating System||Windows, Mac, iOS, Android|
|CPU||ARM Cortex M4 Processor|
|Sensors||EMG Sensors, Gyroscope, Accelerometer, Magnetometer|
|Power||micro-USB, lithium ion battery|
|Size||7.5 - 13 inches|
Myo is a gesture control armband developed by Thalmic Labs. The device consist of a band of 8 EMG muscle sensors and IMUs. When worn on a user's forearm, Myo detects the user's hand gestures and arm motion.
Currently Myo is used to issue input to your computer or smartphone with hand gestures. Users can download Myo apps and connectors to pre-existing programs such as PowerPoint, Neflix and VLC from the Myo Market.
|Size||Expendable between 7.5 - 13 inches (19 - 34 cm)|
|Sensors||Medical Grade Stainless Steel EMG sensors, Gyroscope, Accelerometer, Magnetometer|
|Processor||ARM Cortex M4 Processor|
|LEDs||Dual Indicator LEDs|
|Power||micro-USB for charging, built-in rechargeable lithium ion battery|