Samsung Smart Interaction: hands-on with voice and gesture control Video
At CES 2012 in Las Vegas, Samsung executives reveal the company's latest strategy, which includes the launch of a new 55-inch OLED TV, as well as smarter interactions with TVs. Users will now be able to control their TVs through voice and gesture controls.
Microsoft's totally overhauled Xbox gaming console boasts all-new hardware with live TV, movies on demand, and new interactive voice- and gesture-controlled features.
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At the E3 gaming show in Los Angeles, the company shows off its new Xbox Kinect, featuring voice recognition and gesture-controlled gaming.
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