Thalmic Labs develops and markets exciting, new technologies in the area of human-computer interaction. Its first product, the MyoTM armband, measures electrical activity in muscles to wirelessly control computers, phones and other digital technologies, resulting in seamless interaction between humans and devices.

Thalmic Labs was founded in 2012 by Stephen Lake, Matthew Bailey and Aaron Grant of the University of Waterloo’s mechatronics engineering program and has since grown to a world-leading team of scientists, engineers and designers committed to building the future of wearable technology. In June 2013, Thalmic Labs announced the closing of a $14.5M round of Series A funding led by Spark Capital and Intel Capital. In January 2014, Thalmic Labs received the Digital Trends “Best of CES 2014″ Award for Cool Tech and was named TechVibes’ Startup of the Year.


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