Intel Is Working On A Smart Remote?

August 4, 2010 | by

Technology has advanced rapidly and we’re are seeing all sorts of smart devices on the market. As technology advances, devices are getting smarter and more adjustable to the users. Question is how will users react to the smart devices and will those devices find their purpose? We have already seen all sorts of smart appliances on the market but now we’re about to see something bit different. Interesting thing is that this device comes from well-known processor manufacturer Intel and it’s quite a surprise to see Intel’s interest for smart devices.

As we all know, Intel is famous because of its processor and he is leading processor manufacturer in the world so it’s really strange to hear that leading processor manufacturer is working on a remote controller. At first, it was a shock, but then Intel isn’t working on a standard remote controller for your TV. This smart remote controller will create your user profile and adjust itself to your profile. As for the remote and user profiles, you’ll be surprised to hear that profiles are created by the way you hold your remote. We don’t know how efficient this will be, but this remote has motion sensors that are analyzing the way you hold your remote on every 100 nanoseconds. Therefore, according to the way you hold your remote, your profile will be activated. This means that each person that touches and uses the remote will have its profile. This can be useful because that way you can have parental control on your remote and block certain channels and shows when your child is using the remote. Remote is designed to analyze your habits so this might mean that the remote can be programmed to switch to our favorite show or a channel at certain time according to our habits.

Although Intel is working hard on this remote we don’t know when wills it become reality but we’re hoping that we might see this remote soon enough.

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