Onecue Lets You Control Your Apple TV and Other Devices Uses Gestures [Video]

Onecue Lets You Control Your Apple TV and Other Devices Uses Gestures [Video]

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Onecue is a new product from eyeSight that connects and controls your Apple TV and other home devices using simple touch-free gestures.

Every digital device in your home comes with its own remote or app controlling it. Your TV, cable box, DVD player, AV receiver and even your smart home devices are each controlled differently and separately.

onecue was created to offer a central control with a single interface, giving you the power to interact with your devices using simple touch-free hand gestures. With onecue your home is smarter. A single motion is all it takes to turn on your entire media environment (TV, Cable box and AV receiver). No more juggling remotes!


Onecue Lets You Control Your Apple TV and Other Devices Uses Gestures [Video]

How It Works:
Onecue connects your IR- and Wi-Fi controlled devices into a single interface and uses gesture recognition technology. For best results, you need to face onecue and position yourself within the camera’s field of view. The ideal distance for interaction is between 4 ft. and 16 ft. from your onecue. Once a gesture is detected, onecue communicates with your configured devices. Onecue can communicate directly with IR-controlled devices that are in the same room and in the line of sight. For IR controlled devices in cabinets or adjacent rooms, you can use the repeater (provided with the onecue device) to ensure onecue’s signals can reach your hidden device.

Onecue Lets You Control Your Apple TV and Other Devices Uses Gestures [Video]

Technical details
● 3.0″ LCD display
● High performance CPU
● WiFi (802.11b/g/n), Bluetooth 4.0/LE
● Micro-USB port
● Built-in InfraRed learner and transmitter
● Internal speaker
● Adjustable universal TV / shelf mount
● Dimensions (excluding mount): width: 9.24 Inch, height: 1.93 Inch, depth: 1.12 Inch
● 5V power supply (Included)
Onecue Lets You Control Your Apple TV and Other Devices Uses Gestures [Video]

Pricing & Availability:
You can pre-order onecue for $129.99 at the link below. The price will jump to $199.99 once it begins shipping in early 2015. Onecue is available in black, white, red, and blue.

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Onecue Lets You Control Your Apple TV and Other Devices Uses Gestures [Video]
Slayer - November 25, 2014 at 1:09pm
The SkreensTV campain on Indiegogo is a nice controling device too.
Eli Rivers - November 25, 2014 at 4:56am
OMG SO AWESOME!
trylo - November 24, 2014 at 8:19pm
Did something similar in a smaller scale a few years back with a Kinect+OpenNI using a Mac with EyeTV. Maybe I will have to revive this some day and see what can be accomplished nowadays. The motion control in Samsung TVs just blows... The Kinect worked wonders even in darkness thanks to IR.
Ren - November 24, 2014 at 9:17pm
"TV has never been this simpler" they said. "Comes with the new hand sensor to take control" or I can still use my remote and save all the time and trouble. I feel your pain. I was using it wide opened in a bright area, just rigged. Half the time it works when it wanted to and the responsiveness is a 3/4 second late, slightly jittery, and to top it all off random disappearance of showing the dot where the location on screen is. This is why I don't trust Samsung or their crap.
Nat - November 24, 2014 at 3:53pm
Better than Samsung hand sensor.
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