I haven’t been able to stop playing around with my Myo armband since I got my hands on it this week. In truth it’s ruined a few of my plans for the weekend, but boy it’s been fun trying to get the Myo working with various apps and games.
Elm has also piqued my interest lately, so what better way to play with the Myo than to build a game in Elm that is best played using gestures? And along comes Thunder Cow, a light-hearted game where you use the fist and fingersSpread postures to start and stop a moving arrow. The goal is to time your release so that the arrow stops in the red zone.
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