Gesture recognition makes TVs tablet-like

11/15/2012 | Network World

Advances in gesture-recognition technology are making it possible for people to interact with Internet-connected television sets the way they do with tablet computers, Colin Neagle writes. "[T]he role of the TV is changing inside the home," said Stephen Prentice of Gartner, who sees TVs evolving to eventually just be "the largest screen in the house."

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