JVC's Clap- and Gesticulation-Controlled TV

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JVC showed off a prototype TV at CEATEC that can be controlled entirely through hand claps and gestures. Clap twice to bring up a volume and channel menu, clap again to make a selection, or wave your arms around in pre-defined movements to manipulate the controls. Now you'll never have to worry about losing the remote and can get back to worrying about whether or not you're going to lose your arms.

Clap-controlled TV consigns remote to bin of history [RegHardware.co.uk]

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