Suffice is to say they've been kicking themselves ever since.
Should be able to get Silent Messaging going, straight out of Vernor Vinge's "Rainbows End"
The homepage should have a description and a demonstration video.
Instead, it has a vague explanation and the only video that worked (the YouTube videos were set to private) was a video presentation at a conference which took forever to get to an actual demo.
For those that are wondering, apparently you can speak very silently (or not at all) and the computer will pick up what you're trying to say and repeat it louder in a synthesized voice. I think??
That could make such an immeasurable difference in people's lives.
Anyway, even if it doesn't, I think this will still be awesome.
Either way - this thing looks great. Can't wait to try it myself!
I wonder if the rumored apple "watch" is similar tech.
The MYO, its name derived from the Greek myos, for muscle, instantly measures electrical activity in muscles and connects wirelessly to computers, smartphones and other electronics, enabling users to control these devices with a simple wave of the hand.
Some of my engineer friends have serious doubts as to how well this technology will actually work (haters gon' hate?) but nonetheless I will be rooting for the guys at Thalmic. Good stuff.
That's unfair. It's fully possible to want something to work, while having serious reservations about the technical feasibility of it.
Joking, of course...
What are the plans for Linux down the line?