A new kind of remote control scraps the buttons in favor of motion-sensitive navigation
By Michael MyserPosted 02.13.2007 at 2:00 am 0 Comments
The Loop lets you change channels and settings with a wave and a click.
Three hundred channels and a DVR full of recorded shows, and you´re still sifting through it all with a controller straight out of the ´80s. That´s why Hillcrest Labs designed the Loop, a remote with nary a number on it. Instead, a button brings up an onscreen guide, which you navigate with a scroll wheel. To select what you want to do-browse recordings, change settings-just wave the remote around to move an onscreen cursor through a series of intuitive, icon-driven menus.