Asus' Wavi Xtion system will let you operate your PC with gestures, in the same way as Microsoft's Kinect peripheral lets you control Xbox games by flailing around like a barking nutjob.
The end result is that you can surf the Web, browse your media, and stalk your friends on social networks by waving your arms about in front of your goggle-box.
Amimon teams up with Asus to announce WAVI, the first 3D wireless PC-to-TV gaming package.
Now that CES 2011 is slipping into the past, here are the things in the show's networking and storage categories that are sticking with CNET's Dong Ngo.
Amimon shows off how WHDI wireless connectivity can help enhance your indoor media experience.
Sibeam announces a growing list of vendors that support its WirelessHD technology.
Wavy lines on iMac display: a follow-up
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