Coming Quickly to Your TV: Gesture ControlChris Albrecht
Hillcrest Labs threw its hat into the motion-control game this week with the release of its Loop pointer to the consumer market. Until now, the Loop wasn't meant for the average Joe. Hillcrest intended to continue licensing the Freespace technology built into the device to third-party manufacturers. But with consumers facing more content choices on their TVs, Hillcrest saw an opportunity. Will motion controls become the new norm, making buttons a thing of the past?
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