Myo keys allows you to simulate keys press.
How it works
- Select the gesture(s) you want to use.
- Type the key you want to assign on the right-side area.
- Select the vibration type if you want an haptic feedback.
- Press Start to start sending keys!
You can now let the app running on the background. Myo-Keys will work on the current active window.
Feature : Validation gesture
You can also use a "Validation gesture" to prevent interfering movements. If you select one, you will have first to do this gesture and then do the gesture you want to do.
###SDK Modifications For this project I had to add a new VibrationType (None) to the enum of the myo-dotnet SDK. There are probably other ways to do that, but it was the easiest.
- Some keys may not work (I didn't manually add them)
- Bug ? The validation gesture cannot be set back to None
- Find a new method to deteck multiple keys shortcuts, case, etc...
- Complete the readme
- Best practices / functions to optimize the come
- Disable the vibration field at the begenning and enable it later. (or set default to none)
- Disconnect the Myo on application quit
- Added haptic feedback for the validation gesture