The OneCue Lets You Use Hand Gestures Instead of Remote Controls

 - Nov 25, 2014
References: theonecue & gizmag
The OneCue is a new device, developed by eyeSight, that helps users use hand gestures to control devices normally operated via remote control. This nifty product helps address the problem of having to switch between multiple remote controls.

Onecue effectively functions as a control center to bring together the numerous remote controlled devices in your home and enable you to control them using an intuitive interface.

The device is primarily targeted towards audiovisual equipment such as TVs, set-top boxes and gaming consoles, but also works with home automation devices such as Nest and Philips Hue. It can easily be mounted atop a flat-screen TV or placed on a cabinet or shelf.

Users can switch on gadgets by simply waving at them. More complex gestures can be used for further actions. For example, holding a finger to your lips causes sound to be muted on audio devices.