uWand heads East for China Content Broadcasting Network Exhibition

One of the biggest broadcasting events in China, the China Content Broadcasting Network Exhibition kicks off this week and we’re exhibiting! The event is organized by the Academy of Broadcasting Science, SARFT (State Administration of Radio, Film and Television) and will take place at the China International Exhibition Center of Beijing (CIEC) between 21-23 March 2012. 

Consumers in China have always embraced new technologies and have seen a lot of interest in new advanced technologies, such as uWand. In addition, both the TV and the cable markets are experiencing explosive growth. It’s for these reasons that the Chinese market has always been appealing to us and this year our team will be available to demonstrate the technology and answer any questions at our stand in Hall 3, Booth 3101. We look forward to seeing you there.

You can follow all the action from the show on Twitter so keep an eye on #CCBN at @uWandControl over the coming days.


About Navin Natoewal, General Manager Philips uWand

Navin Natoewal is General Manager of the Philips uWand team. uWand is a direct pointing and gesture control technology for remote controls. uWand offers fluent 3D gesture control and direct pointing capabilities with the same intuitiveness as a multi-touch screen. uWand, a result of 80 man-years of research and development, can be implemented in remote controls and interact with multiple electronic devices such as PCs, TVs, set-top boxes, DVD players and game consoles. Users control the devices simply by pointing in the appropriate direction or making specific movements in all three dimensions. For more information please visit http://www.uwand.com
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