Thalmic Labs’ Myo Armband: Power Glove Evolved

Christopher Buffa (Prima Games): Nintendo enjoyed a near monopoly on the console video game business in the mid to late 80s, and numerous companies attempted to grab a piece of the action. This led to the release of several peripherals designed to work in tandem with the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), from the motion-controlled U-Force (a tabletop peripheral that measured player hand movements) to the LaserScope, a voice activated headset that freed users from holding controllers.

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