Tag Archives: user interaction

Future of the user interface

The TV industry is under threat. As on-demand services grow in popularity, manufacturers should be reaping significant profits. After all, Smart TVs are ideal for connecting viewers with this new world of online content. But today’s consumers are turning to … Continue reading

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Lean back control for Smart TVs at CableLabs 2012

Twice a year, CableLabs hosts a members-only conference to provide executives in the cable industry with current information about changing technology and supporting business and strategy objectives. On Monday 12th March we will be speaking at the CableLabs Innovation Showcase … Continue reading

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User interfaces – Beyond the hype

When you think about our everyday interactions, we use our hands for gestures and pointing, our voice for speech, and our eyes and face for expression, and we use them simultaneously. There’s no reason the way we interact with devices … Continue reading

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The evolving living room TV experience

With the pace of change in living room technologies now moving so quickly it’s hard to imagine what the next 5 years will bring to the television. What is certain is that content will remain key and we’ll see significant … Continue reading

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TV – from navigation to interaction

In the early eighties Apple introduced the ‘Lisa’, a personal computer that, as well as a graphical user interface, incorporated a mouse. Mouse technology (of the computer variety) can actually trace its roots back to 1963 but the Lisa was … Continue reading

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