[CES 2013] Smart TVs have been becoming more and more common over the past few years as it seems people are always looking to see what more their television sets can do, besides of course watching television shows on. Panasonic is announcing today that it will take its Smart TVs beyond just throwing applications its users might possibly want to use once in a while to a completely personalized experience for all members of your family.
Select Panasonic Viera models will have its My Home Screen application able to use facial recognition with their built-in cameras. Each family member can have their own personalized experience with their Panasonic Viera TV that puts the user’s favorite content in front of them by just having the TV recognize them.
Panasonic is also going to be making it easier for its users to interact with their Smart TVs in a number of ways such as their new Swipe & Share 2.0, which allows users to easily share and transfer videos and photos between their mobile devices and the TV. Remotes with voice recognition will also be made available that allows users to be able to control and interact with their TV just by using their voice.
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