Myo + Google Glass: Input for Smartglasses


Google Glass is already an exciting device. Add the Myo armband to the equation, and you can do a whole lot more with your GLASS. The Myo armband enables workers in various industries to interact with smartglasses using hand and finger gestures while on the go. No need to rely on remote controls, touch pads, buttons, and even voice control. Thalmic Labs has partnered with Augmedix, APX Labs, Bridgit, and Recon Instruments to enable businesses to make life easier for their workers with smartglasses and Myo. The video below shows how Myo can be used as an input device for smartglasses:

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