Without a doubt, one of the most fascinating technological devices in entertainment to hit the 2016 CES scene this year requires nothing more than your own bares hands.
With a clever mix of tech brilliance, coupled with genius (and a dash of magic), the Singlecue gesture recognition device rids your home of ‘cluttersome’ remotes and other infra-red line-of-sight handheld units.
Like a scene taken right out of the movie Minority Report, starring Tom Cruise, what was once far-fetched and all too futuristic, is oddly now a reality. This user-friendly gesturing platform is one of the first truly functional products of its kind. Imagine a world with no more AAA batteries to replace or remote chargers taking up space (which waste energy). And who even knows what awful microbial gunk inhabits the surface of your favorite clicker (they never seem to get cleaned, by the way.) Germaphobes will appreciate this obvious fact while everyone else will love never having to locate lost remote controls in the depths of sofa cushions ever again.
With the Singlecue sensor mounted at the base of your TV, you can literally navigate virtually all of your entertainment components, as well as other functions of your home with simple suggestive hand movements. With Singlecue, current multi-device universal remote controls are rendered completely null and archaic. Lights, speakers, dimmers and even climate control can also integrate with Singlecue. This promises to take IOT (Internet of Things) smart home connectivity to a whole new level. Singlecue utilizes simple ergonomic, yet natural human gesturing to interact with everything from smartphones, tablets, PCs, TVs and wearables, all with the point or swipe of a finger. One small convenient apparatus controls it all.
By far, the most dynamic feature of the Singlecue’s wizardry is it’s degree of peripheral line-of-sight operation (PLOSO). Most all remote controls operate with an infrared (IR) binary signal that requires it to be used in a designated point and click fashion, limiting its peripheral functionality. If an obstacle is in the way, the remote control line of site is compromised making it often frustration…and now obsolete. The degree of interaction or field of functionality for the Singlecue is about a 140-degree range and as far as 15 feet from the face of the device. You can stand just about anywhere in a room while operating the device as long as you are in this field of view. The ease-of-use factor is so painless and smooth, children will pick up on it’s elementary style almost immediately. Once you learn a few simple gestures and calibrate Singlecue to your hand gestures, you will be surfing your TV and components naturally instead of blindly fiddling and feeling for buttons on your often confusing remote control. Think of it as sign language for your home.
Parent companies, eyeSight Technologies Ltd and eyeSight Mobile Technology, Ltd, have been pioneering the touch-free industry for years, providing device integration technology to a multitude of companies incorporating both eye/retinal scan and gesture recognition. Industry leaders such as Sony, Samsung, AppleTV, Panasonic, Vizio, TiVo, Roku, Pioneer, Yamaha, Onkyo, Comcast, Xfinity, DIRECTV, Sharp, Bose, Lenovo, Toshiba, Omnivision, Phillips, AMD, Hisense, even Subaru, just to name a few, have all empowered this applied science and partnership to manufacture smarter, safer and user-friendly products for the near future.
It’s not hard to realize that the next wave of smart technology will be more compact and more focused on wireless than ever before, thanks to eyeSight. Technology by definition is designed to make our lives easier (supposedly). Singlecue accomplishes and delivers simplicity to that end. Less is definitely better in a world that invites science and ergonomics into balance making life less complicated while at an affordable price (less than $200 USD). Once you amaze your friends and relatives of what Singlecue can do, they will want one of their own.
Make a leap into the near future of gesture recognition technology and away from expensive entertainment clutter and unsanitary remotes. Just as Apple changed the way we evolved to touch pad navigation on smartphones, eyeSight is revolutionizing the way we perceive and use remote control operation. Contact Singlecue or eyeSight to find out how to order. https://singlecue.com/