Eyesight technology converts any into gesture-controlled – Android IPTV Box – China STB Receiver

Leading gesture recognition company eyeSight Mobile Technologieshas partnered with Korean specialist smart set-top box (STB)company Innodigital to release the world sfirst Android smart set-top box with integrated gesture recognitiontechnology. Innodigital has selected the world s most powerful andintuitive-to-use gesture control to provide the compelling userexperience at the heart of its nTobeBox product. We re really happy to working in co-operation with Innodigitalto produce something remarkable; the world s first STB withintegrated gesture control The nTobeBox from Innodigital revolutionises the living room bytransforming any normal television into a SmartTV that can be usedto watch TV, stream content, download and use apps, make videocalls, surf the internet and more. eyeSight s leading gesture control technology allows userscomprehensive control over every aspect of Innodigital s set-topbox.

Using a combination of simple hand gestures and hand trackingenabling virtual mouse control, users can easily perform anyfunction that can be accessed using the device s remote control. The experience is so intuitive and seamless as to be almostinvisible to the user, and eyeSight predicts many users will simplyfind gesture control to be the easiest, most natural way to usetheir Innodigital box. We re really happy to working in co-operation with Innodigitalto produce something remarkable; the world s first STB withintegrated gesture control, said Gideon Shmuel, CEO of eyeSight. The groundbreaking user experience we ve brought to thisInnodigital product will help it stand head-and-shoulders above itscompetition: eyeSight s advanced machine vision algorithms allowfor natural, intuitive gestures, making our technology the numberone choice for OEMs looking to provide their customers with a userexperience which is a true enhancement compared to the currentinteraction methods.

I.K Kim, CEO at Innodigital added: We have taken our product to the next level by incorporatingeyeSight s incredible technology, to become the developers of theworld s first Android-based set-top box with gesture recognition.We chose eyeSight s software-based solution not only because ofthe fantastic user experience but also for the simplicity ofintegration and flexibility it allowed. Now users can do anythingour product offers simply by moving their hand. This kind ofinteraction represents a sea-change in people s relationship withsmart TVs. The nTobeBox product with eyeSight s gesture recognitiontechnology will be internationally available on the beginning ofnext year. The set top box will be running on the newest version ofAndroid s Ice Cream Sandwich OS and includes a full web browser,app store, Skype video call technology, embedded Wi-Fi, fullsupport for 1080p HD and a QWERTY remote control.

Innodigital is also looking at working with TV providers across theglobe to release the box as part of a digital television packagefor consumers, and encourages television network operators tocontact the company to discuss terms and receive a freesample-product. eyeSight has recently gone from strength to strength as one of theleading providers of 2D gesture control. Its gesture technology hasreceived excellent market traction, featuring in severalhigh-profile devices including the Pantech VEGA LTE mobile phone.The company has been was featured as one of Gartner s CoolVendors of 2012, and has recently received another significantround of funding from international investors.
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