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"Science and science fiction, how do you even distinguish the two?"
- Jerry Pournelle

Muscle Sensor Interface  
  Interface senses muscle movements to control display.  

The ship accelerated smoothly but moderately hard, creating a distant humming roar. Fassin had a little pad under his right forearm which sensed muscle movements there and adjusted the screen across from him - above from him, now, it felt, as the couch straightened out and the gee-suit supported him...
From The Algebraist, by Iain M Banks.
Published by Orbit in 2004
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