Nod

Bluetooth ring to control all your devices with your finger

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Guy Gal
Guy Gal@deleted-6211 · Growth at Joyus
I love the jerky analysis. I know the Myo (Thalmic Labs) team. The technology works really well. They recently raised a $15M A. Definitely a tool, supposed to be a natural extension of your arm. The Nod looks like a dumb knock-off.
Andrew Zusman
Andrew Zusman@uxandrew · UX Designer
You beat me to it! I saw this this morning, came here to post it, and found you'd already done it. Well played, sir.
Andrew Pyott
Andrew PyottHunter@andrewpyott · Creative, Art Director
@UXAndrew, you are a gentleman and a scholar. TBH, I expected it to already be on here and was surprised when it wasn't. Have a nice day!
Guy Gal
Guy Gal@deleted-6211 · Growth at Joyus
Myo derivative
Will Imholte
Will Imholte@willimholte · Designer, Prime
Is it even remotely possible this could be used for the type of control that you need to play Halo? (That's two full directional control sticks and eleven buttons.)