Hillcrest brings motion control to Hisense smart TVs, STBs

Wednesday 4 September 2013 | 11:10 CET | News
Television manufacturer Hisense Company will deploy Hillcrest Labs' Freespace in-air pointing and motion control software in its next-generation of Smart TVs and Pulse set-top boxes. Freespace enables point-and-click, gesture and motion control of smart TV devices through in-air movements of a handheld remote control. This allows users to navigate their TV user interface like they do on computers, smartphones and tablets. Hisense's Freespace-enabled products will be available in the US, China and other markets later this year. Additional information, such as product models and pricing, will

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Hisense
Countries: China / United States / World
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