This is the final design for Thalmic Labs’ MYO gesture-control armband


  • Samuel Gomez Recuero

    Did you guys mean mid 2015 by any chance?

    • Eduardo

      Came here to ask the same, they already missed the “mid-2014.” mark if developers are getting it next month

    • Samuel Gomez Recuero


    • Rio

      Developers get it next month and general public in the fall.

      The original timeline said, the general public was to get it mid-2014 but that has changed to the fall.

    • frayer

      what a useless product by a bunch of nerds who think they will be bought out by apple or google – lmao. useless company.

    • Rio

      Useless? If what they have done works well, it is quiet remarkable and uses are limitless.

    • Jakob

      Ignore the i****s… they’re like weeds.

  • Rio

    I am still impressed by the price of $149. A fair amount of R&D & Testing would have needed to go into a project like this.

  • Stephen_81

    I want one, I don’t need one, but I want one, I have resisted pre Ordering and will keep resisting. I just have to type this every time I read about it , move along

  • Marc Ray

    This is really innovative! I just watched the video on their site.

  • Bri Bru

    What would be some typical tasks that you’d perform with this device on?

  • HeyYoWL

    This looks pretty neat, but I can’t seem to find a list of programs that this is compatible with so far. Does it work automatically with various programs? In particular I’m interested in control of media and presentations myself.