Have you ever imagined using your hands to control the character in your favorite game? Or moving a few fingers and turning down the television from across the room... like magic? Well now you can.
The good people at Thalmic Labs have created the "wearable gesture control device". Its a band that's worn on the forearm which allow the user to manually control electronics, such as video games, radios, RC vehicles, televisions and more with hand gestures.
When you see the demo video below its going to show the versatility of the device. By flexing muscles in the forearm, wrist and fingers users are given manual control over electronics in every type of environment including the snow. This is the tech of the future available now. Check it out.