Minuum has this week released a new video demonstrating how fast you can type using their new TV remote and the Minuum smart software which is being created for use on smart TVs, set-top boxes and consoles.
Minuum has integrated motion controls within their new smart TV remote which can be used in a similar way to that of Nintendo’s Wii remote. Simply waving it in air to move the cursor on the smart TV screen. Watch the video after the jump to see how quickly you can type in a relaxed manner without the need for a keyboard.
“Minuum measures input along only one dimension. It requires only a single axis of information: a line. This simplicity makes it easy to apply Minuum to almost any sensor or scenario: tilting your hand, pointing left to right, sliding along a curved bezel. Also, as you know if you’ve tried Minuum on your Android phone, it’s backed by amazing autocorrect that lets your input be sloppy and imprecise.
This means your interaction area can be any shape, big or small and still work well. Take a look at Minuum running on a smart watch: the flexibility of this technology lets us build simple and fast typing solutions for smart TVs and game consoles that “fit in” as part of the user experience.”
For more information on the new Minuum Smart TV keybaord jump over to the Minuum website for details.
Source: Tech Crunch