After months of indecision, I finally decided to preorder the Thalmic Myo, it arrived last week and I’ve had a little bit of time to play around with it so thought I’d put together some notes on my impressions so far. Token #gotmyo tweet! Yay! pic.twitter.com/vtiXm3VOHW — Joe Wilkins (@joe_wilkins) November 5, 2014 First off, […]Read more "Thalmic Myo, first impressions."
One morning, in March 2013, I woke with excitement and anticipation, all packed and ready to head out to Serbia for the Resonate Festival. By coincidence, that same morning, I also received the awesome news that I would be getting a Leap Motion Controller Dev Kit. I applied in the summer of the previous year, […]Read more "Experiments with the Leap Motion Controller, one year on."
I spent the earlier part of this month finishing up a large interactive gesture wall which was exhibited at the Eular medical congress in Paris. For the main attraction on the exhibition stand, I developed a gestural user interface which allowed visitors to guide molecules around a large video wall, measuring approximately 6 metres wide […]Read more "Interactive Gesture Wall"