Orange Vallee demos Keanu motion-sensitive TV interface

Monday 12 January 2009 | 11:28 CET | News
Orange's innovation branch, Orange Vallee, is demonstrating at the Consumer Electronics Show the Keanu application, a prototype technology that allows TV viewers to interact with their TV set through gestures, rather than a remote control. The application was co-developed with Belgian natural interfaces provider Softkinetic. For example, it allows the TV's volume to be increased or lowered by making a clockwise or anti-clockwise circle with your hand. The system works with a small diode-equipped camera that films and analyses movements in real time. 01net writes that the motion interface will

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Orange
Countries: France / World
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