Nick Kelsey and Silicondust based in the US have unveiled a new system they have created called HDHomeRun DVR, to provide users with the “ultimate DVR experience” via a cost effective solution to watch and record TV on hardware around your home.
HDHomeRun DVR provides a full over-the-air and cable TV access using your home network using a new interface, watch the video below to learn more about this new style of DVR.
The HDHomeRun DVR project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $100,000 in pledges to go in to production.
“The beauty of the HDHomeRun approach is that it enables multiple people to watch simultaneously from different PCs. Watch TV on a computer in one part of the home while using an Xbox360 Media Extender in another room. Catch the game from the backyard or get caught up on the latest dramas, all completely independent of each other. HDHomeRun gave you the ‘Run of the Home’ to enjoy your TV where you wanted, on your home network.
Our concept is that Live and recorded content can be watched from media devices with our brand new and innovative interface. And yes, it even works with protected content. HDHomeRun DVR doesn’t require an always-on PC (or media center software) – it works with network attached storage devices.
The best part? It requires practically zero configuration. With HDHomeRun DVR combined with current HDHomeRun products sold today, you will soon have the freedom to watch and record Live TV. Your way. On your terms.”
So if you think the HDHomeRun DVR system is something your viewing could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help HDHomeRun DVR become a reality by making a pledge from $60.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Entertainment News, Hardware, Top News