Intel Remote Recognizes Users By Movements

Intel Remote Recognizes Users By Movements

A new device uses motion sensing technology to understand who is using it.

Dan Gould
  • 12 july 2010

Intel is developing a remote control that can recognize who is using it based on movements, and how they hold the device. Possible uses include recognizing when children are using the remote, and locking down unapproved channels, and auto-customized content and settings.

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