Samsung revealed back at CES that it had some awesome things in store for its Smart TVs.
The new models would virtually be able to see, hear, and do whatever you asked them to thanks to voice recognition and a front facing camera.
The majority of the probes to the other planets in our solar system have been remote control vehicles, although some of the more recent ones were partially autonomous.
The Smart Touch remote uses touch controls on an edge to edge touch surface that comprises the remote itself.
Samsung is also announcing the universal Bluetooth keyboard, which will let you interact with the new Smart TVs in a more internet centric way, rather than having a focus on media consumption.
The remote comes by way of the software itself and Samsungs new TVs, including the dual core processor toting ES8000 LED TV, which will turn virtually any Samsung device and/or yourself into an input method.
Joe Stinziano, Senior VP of Samsung Electronics took the stage, to announce the ES8000 with Smart Interaction (a combination of voice control, facial recognition, and gesture controls).
The camera on the ES8000 LED lets you swipe through apps with your hand, and all you have to do is close your hand to click.
The camera also has a built in microphone, so you can change the channel and perform other commands without even lifting a hand.
The ES8000LED also comes with Samsungs new Evolution Kit, which will allow users to update the software platform and other goodies without having to upgrade their hardware.
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