Wearable Motion Controller To Enrich Microsoft User’s Experience



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According to a new patent for Microsoft, the Wearable Electromyography Based Controller will pick up a user’s bodily movements and further control other consumer electronic systems. The new device principally takes advantage of the integrated sensors and efficiently interprets electrical signals induced by muscles. The interpreted signals are then communicated by the motion controller to the user’s computer using either wired or wireless connection. The EMG motion controller could seamlessly be worn to enhance immersive user experience.
Via: gizmowatch.com

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