At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung has developed a new way to control its range of Smart TVs, with facial recognition, motion and voice.
This new control method is being called Smart Interaction and will complement the traditional remote control in a home.
According to Samsung, consumers can turn the TV on or off, activate selected apps or search content in the web browser by speaking. A wave of the hand can be used to browse a web page.
Samsungs new TVs can achieve these tasks due to a built-in camera that recognises movement in the foreground and two unidirectional array microphones for voice commands. Noise cancellation technology can even help separate background noise from commands.