The Gesture Remote offers users spatial gesture access and control of content on a TV
The remote uses something called Z-Sense technology, which is based on the GestIC 3D user interface
The technology detects and tracks thumb movement above the surface and translates it into software commands
One of the menu screens of the electronic program guide on a TV
The technology not only registers position but direction and velocity of spatial movement too
Using the Gesture Remote in the home
How many device remotes do you have? One for the TV, one for the DVD/Blu-ray player, one for cable/satellite box, one for the hi-fi and perhaps even one for the computer – have I missed any? Maybe you've tried to consolidate all of these various remotes into one big universal control with lots and lots of buttons. The Gesture Remote offers something a bit different. The simple interface is completely free of buttons and spatial thumb gestures are used to access menus and choose content.
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