The MYO is a myoelectric remote control interface for computers designed to provide individuals with fine motor or other disabilities with the ability to control a computer, tablet or smartphone remotely by making hand or arm gestures. The Myo fits around the user's forearm like a bracelet or sweatband. It has sensors that detect muscle activity via myoelectric activity and a 9-axis inertial measurement unit that acts as a motion sensor. Theses sensors allow it to detect changes down to each individual finger. When tracking the position of the arm and hand, the MYO can detect subtle movements and rotations in all directions. The MYO uses Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy to communicate with any device with which it is paired. The MYO uses a unique "on/off" gesture (that is unlikely to occur normally) to enable and disable control, and it alerts the user via haptic feedback when it is enabled and detecting movement. COMPATIBILITY: For use with IBM or compatible PCs or Apple Macintosh computers and other Bluetooth-enabled mobile devices. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows or Mac OS for computers; Apple iOS or Android for smartphones and other mobile devices. POWER: Uses rechargeable Lithium-Ion batteries. COLOR: Black or white.