Microsoft Xbox SmartGlass Video
Microsoft Xbox SmartGlass Video Transcript
Okay I'm Brian Tong here at CNET TV and we have a look here Microsoft's Smart glass technology. So what makes this really unique business taking it. Tablets and phones -- from Android Windows Phone windows eight or IOS and be able to use them as a second screen to control and also -- -- -- different content. On your TV. Through the Xbox so what we have here an example where is something like an Apple. From HBO go hello we've shown here in the back that you can watch the content from -- -- talk about something like game of the road. And in the intro you'll see that's not how they go across the land. That information will be displayed on a tablet. At the same time leveraging the second screen technology but they also showed other examples of how you can -- this with -- parent on up. This is -- -- watching a movie like school of rock and you can find out more information about the characters about the scenes. Within the second screens. Scroll through them and then select that seem to play on your TV set. Another example of how Smart glass works as with Internet Explorer and -- is really unique because you can use your phone device. To control the browser you can use your finger to move the cursor around to select specific links. And not all is also displayed on the on the television screen as well now if you wanted -- -- -- will be available there's going to be a fall update rolling out Xbox Live. Then the platforms like windows eight I -- others once they integrate that technology into their problem you'll be able to control content. Dear Xbox and -- on your TV screen. Today -- -- there's -- -- at Microsoft Smart -- LD the second screen. Coming your home some really innovative and creative stuff than we tell it to get our hands on a final product.
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