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Title:Advancer Technologies, LLC

Description:Advancer Technologies provides low-cost electromyography (EMG) circuit boards and kits for sale. We also provide simple step-by-step instructions and schematics on how to build your own muscle sensor/EMG circuit.

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Purchase/Sale Value: $6,435
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Monthly Revenue: $528
Yearly Revenue: $6,435
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Advancer Technologies, LLC Home Shop Distributors Tutorials Contact Us In The Press Site Map Tuesday, July 19, 2016 Beware of Counterfeit Sensors! BEWARE - We've seen an uptick of counterfeit Muscle Sensor v3s that have stolen our design and are using our brand illegally. You can usually spot these fakes by looking at the components on the board. For example, the board on the left has different sized resistors and a different cable port. Posted by advancertech at 10:42 AM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Friday, June 5, 2015 MyoWare Bionic Claws Tutorial One of our prime passions is to motivate the next great minds and ideas by posting informative step-by-step tutorials. To celebrate the launch of our fourth-generation muscle sensor, the MyoWare, we’ve put together a tutorial that will make you go berserk! Our easy-to-follow tutorial posted on will teach you to build bionic claws using the new MyoWare muscle sensor. Simply flex your forearm muscle and — SNIKT! — a fraction of a second later the 4-inch claws extend out. Relax your forearm to retract the claws. We’ve even added a muscle-activated locking mechanism in case you want the claws to stay out while keeping your muscle flexed. Make sure to order a MyoWare sensor over on our webstore! Posted by advancertech at 9:10 AM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: claws, cosplay, MyoWare, Wolverine, X-men Monday, May 18, 2015 MyoWare Bionic Repulsor Tutorial Two years ago, we built a Bionic Iron Man Armor, a muscle sensor controlled repulsor system worn on the forearm. Well we're back again with a slick new sensor and a simplified bionic system. Our new "Bionic Iron Man Glove" still harnesses the power of electromyography to give fans the power to directly control an Iron Man-esque repulsor simply by flexing their muscle, BUT this time around the system is much easier to build and compact enough to fit entirely on the hand. At the core of this new glove system is an Arduino-compatible Lilypad MP3 (an all-in-one microcontroller and audio player), Adafruit's NeoPixel ring, and our new MyoWare? muscle sensor. Using the bionic glove is as simple as sticking a few electrodes on your arm and flipping on the power switch. When the system boots up, J.A.R.V.I.S. (Tony Stark's computer intelligence sidekick) talks you through the power-on sequence. When the wearer flexes their muscle, the bionic glove will play the harrowing repulsor charging-up sound effect. Then, when the muscle is relaxed, the repulsor will emit a firing sound effect and pulse the LED lights attached to the palm of the glove. You can learn how to build your own bionic glove by reading our easy-to-follow tutorial posted on A project kit is also available on our Kickstarter campaign as a funding reward for a limited time only. Bionic Iron Man Glove - More DIY How To Projects Posted by AdvancerTechnologies at 8:54 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: cosplay, DIY, iron man, MyoWare, repulsor Wednesday, May 6, 2015 MyoWare Kickstarter Campaign We are excited to finally reveal our 4th generation sensor, the MyoWare! We decided to launch it through a Kickstarter campaign for two reason: (1) To give you a chance to get some pretty awesome rewards and (2) To help children in need. As part of the campaign, we will donate 1 sensor per 5 backers to Limbitless Solutions and the E-Nable community. They're an amazing group who design, build, and donate 3D printed prosthetic arms to children in need. Click the link below for more information about the MyoWare and how you can help! ?#?MyoWare? ?#?3DHope? Link: Posted by advancertech at 8:50 AM 0 comments Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Friday, March 13, 2015 Bionics Expert Lends a Helping Hand Our friends at Limbitless Solutions are back in the news and have an awesome surprise for Alex! We're really proud to provide them with our muscles sensors. Alex couldn't be more deserving. Check out the E-Nable community to find out how you can help get more arms like this to children in need. Posted by advancertech at 12:08 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Monday, February 2, 2015 On the cover of MAKE Magazine! We've been collaborating with the awesome guys at Bionico Hand for a couple years now and we're really proud to see them make the cover of MAKE Magazine this month. Their mission is to create a low-cost opensource myoelectric prosthetic hand. Posted by advancertech at 2:25 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Wednesday, April 30, 2014 Now available on Pololu! We're proud to announce that Pololu Robotics and Electronics has joined our distributor team. Be sure to check out their great demo that uses our Muscle Sensor v3 to control a servo motor! Posted by advancertech at 11:47 AM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Saturday, February 15, 2014 Now Selling Packs of Electrodes We've listened to your emails and are pleased to announce that we are now selling electrode packs. You no longer have to go through third-party vendors to get more electrodes once you're used up our samples. Each pack comes with 50 electrodes. These are the same electrodes that come as samples with our products. Only $17.99 per Pack. Head over to our store to order! Posted by advancertech at 3:46 PM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: advancer technologies, biofeedback, bionic, electrodes, electromyography, emg, for sale, in stock, new product, projects, store Tuesday, July 30, 2013 Muscle Mouse We've created a new open-source project, Muscle Mouse, as part of the 2013 National microMedic contest. The Muscle Mouse harnesses the power of electromyography to make physical therapy more fun and to make gaming easier for the disabled. At the core of this AAA battery powered device is the powerful yet low-cost Arduino Pro Mini microcontroller (a favorite among hobbyist and SparkFun Electronics BlueTooth module, and Advancer Technologies’ 3rd generation muscle sensor. The Muscle Mouse is designed to allow the user play the classic helicopter game (shown below) on any mouse compatible Bluetooth device. The user simply has to navigate to any of the many available websites that provide this game for free and position the mouse cursor over the game window. The Muscle Mouse gives the user the power to navigate the helicopter through the game course simply by flexing their muscle to move the helicopter up and relaxing the muscle to move the helicopter down. You can find all the files and documents you'd need to reproduce the Muscle Mouse down to the smallest detail here. Posted by Advancer Technologies Support at 12:34 AM 3 comments... Similar Website

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