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Maybe you arenâ€™t a couch potato, but when you find yourself sitting around the TV for days as some football tournament is happening abroad, wouldnâ€™t it be cool to flip channels only by using your voice? Toshiba already knows what we wish for and presents their improved ApriPoko robot to help us with the channel surfing.
ApriPoko has been in development for about two years and it is specifically designed to operate different remote controls by observing and asking questions. So it knows how to deal with your HD and hi-fi stuff, as well. In order to do this it features sensors that will be able to detect infrared rays coming out from each remote you own, so each time you activate a command it will ask “What did you just do?” It is important you answer appropriately because ApriPoko immediately stores the relevant details in its memory. So the next time you need to change the channel, for example, all you need to do is verbalize the command and the robot does the rest. He’s even equipped with a camera to identify users, and might learn their habits, too.
Now go ahead and by a really cool hi-fi system along with an HD-ready TV and a BD-player until ApriPoko gets a commercial release, because, for now, it’s just an R&D demonstrator device, and is limited to simple commands. Heâ€™s kinda cute, donâ€™t you think?
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