Thalmic Labs Founder developed a MYO, Gesture Control armband, made of ultralight foam-like plastic, an input device that communicates with your Mac, PC, phone or tablet over Bluetooth 4.0, and uses proprietary muscle sensors as well as a 6-axis motion sensor to track your movement. This armband could someday replace the mouse. But its creators say that the new language of 3-D gestures needs to be closed and controlled before standards can be set. www.thalmic.com/myo/
I have a disabled son. Not blind, but anything that helps the handicapped rates a plus with me.