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Samsung Smart TV Interaction
Mark Peters : April 23th 2012 - 12:02 CET
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SamsungSamsung Smart TV Interaction : Samsung Electronics has enhanced the interaction between users and their TVs in view of the constant growth and advancement of TV content. Samsung Smart Interaction makes TV viewing more pleasing and convenient by letting users control the TV with voice, motion and face recognition, breaking the limitations of conventional remote controls. Samsung Smart Interaction technology is made possible by the built-in camera and microphones in the flagship series ES8000 and ES7000, allowing users to interact with their Samsung Smart TV via voice control, motion control and face recognition without the need to use remote controls.

Samsung Smart TV interaction

Samsung Smart TV Interaction
Voice control can be activated simply by saying "Hi TV" while users can readily go online through their Samsung Smart TV with the phrase "Web Browser". Control over power, volume and channel can also be easily accomplished with a command in either English or Cantonese, or a simple hand gesture in front of the camera. In addition, the motion control treats users to enjoyment of Smart Hub service and web browsing using simple gestures to select, flip through internet websites, and enter web address with a virtual keyboard - an unrivalled experience that cannot be provided by personal computers or smart phones. Voice control and voice search can also be carried out with Smart Touch Control, a dedicated remote control equipped with a microphone.

Smart TV interaction

Samsung Smart TV with built-in camera
The built-in camera in the Samsung ES8000 Smart TV series and ES7000 not only can be used for making Skype video calls and taking photos, it can also be used to log onto Smart Hub and Skype through face recognition, saving users from the hassle of logging in using a remote control to key in their username and password.

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