Wearable computers seem to be the next big thing. We’ve already seen Google Glass in action and it looks awesome. Start up company Thalmic Labs has added a new bit of tech to the wearable variety with the new MYO armband. It works on gesture and muscle recognition control. So you manipulate your hands and arms in a suitable action gesture. The armband uses Bluetooth to wirelessly connect to other devices, such as PCs and mobile phones, without having to physically interact with them. They are selling for about R1300 or $150.
Myo - Gesture Control from @thalmic Labs Concept Video