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Controlling a Myo Armband with C#

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6 Oct 2014CPOL
Are you excited to get your Myo armband from Thalmic Labs? If you're a C# developer, then check out this open source library to help you control your Myo! The post appeared first on http://www.DevLeader.ca.

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Compare Revision Minor Date Status Editor
8 - publicly available Yes 16-Sep-15 4:23 Available Sean Ewington
Initial creation
5 No 6-Oct-14 6:32 Available Deeksha Shenoy
Updates in content. Changes: 1696
4 No 6-Oct-14 4:46 Pending Nick Cosentino
Changed tags/category. Uploaded source snapshot.
2 No 5-Oct-14 22:10 Pending
1 No 5-Oct-14 22:10 Pending

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Nick Cosentino
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