Saturday, October 13, 2007

JVC Handclap & Gesture Recognition TV demonstrated at CEATEC

Clap Clap Clap to operate the TV, as gestures give icons.

JVC has showcased a new TV that reacts on claps and hand gestures, at CEATEC in Japan. It’s called the “handclap & gesture recognition TV”.
The company said that the TV has the ability to collect the sounds of handclaps with the help of the microphone that is placed on top of the TV. Further, it distinguishes commands based on the timing and number of handclaps.
Now, check out how the system actually works.
Initially, when the TV is switched on, icons will be placed on the center of the screen after the user claps three times. The image of the hands acts as a pointer.

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