“The Loop” puts a new twist on the traditional TV remote by enabling you to “use hand gestures to navigate through your hordes of channels not by scrolling for hours on end, but by pointing and clicking.” Pricing and availability have not yet been announced.

One example is you point & click the movies tab and then are given a grid of currently playing movie posters to select from. Hillcrest Labs, creators of the Loop, have claimed that at least one undisclosed ‘major manufacturer’

[via Gizmodo]

“The Loop” puts a new twist on the traditional TV remote by enabling you to “use hand gestures to navigate through your hordes of channels not by scrolling for hours on end, but by pointing and clicking.” Pricing and availability have not yet been announced.

One example is you point & click the movies tab and then are given a grid of currently playing movie posters to select from. Hillcrest Labs, creators of the Loop, have claimed that at least one undisclosed ‘major manufacturer’

[via Gizmodo]