TCL Android motion-sensing TV

[CES 2011] Since the explosion of the Kinect, it looks like getting everything in your house to work like the computers in Minority Report is but a step away. At least the folks at The Creative Life (TCL) seem to think so. At CES this year, TCL unveiled an unreleased Android-powered TV with motion sensors to let users operate the TV without using a remote control. With the flick of a wrist or movement of the arm, users can start or stop playback, change channels and increase or decrease the volume of the television set. The TV is still in research and development stage, but from what we can see it looks pretty promising. I guess this will eliminate problems with losing the TV remote or forgetting to change batteries in the future. Hit the break to watch a video demonstration:


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