If you are heading out to see Whose Live Anyway? tomorrow night, we have something really fun in store for you before the show.
Thalmic Labs, a start-up company in Kitchener, will be holding data collection sessions for the Myo Armband tomorrow night before the show. The core of the Myo Armband experience is built upon the end user putting the armband on and having it recognize the user’s gestures.
The sessions involve a person wearing the armband and being walked through a series of gestures and takes about 3 minutes from start to finish. Getting data from these sessions is essential to the success of Myo Armband’s launch. They are looking for your quick participation to try the Myo on and help them with their data collection.
For more information about Myo, visit thalmic.com