Z-Wave Platform Enables SideShow Remote Controls

Oct. 8, 2008
Providing the ability to create mass-market Windows SideShow-enabled remote controls, the ThinkRemote platform relies on Z-Wave technology, a wireless technology for home control and automation. Reportedly, users can create affordable Windows Media

Providing the ability to create mass-market Windows SideShow-enabled remote controls, the ThinkRemote platform relies on Z-Wave technology, a wireless technology for home control and automation. Reportedly, users can create affordable Windows Media Center remote controls as well as other SideShow-enabled devices while leveraging Z-Wave wireless mesh technology to deliver personalized information. Benefits of the platform include support for Windows Media Center, Z-Wave devices with a display can integrate with the platform and display Windows SideShow content using standard Z-Wave profiles, no line-of-sight constraints, optional control of Windows Media Player or other software, and it works with non-display remotes as an alternative to infrared remote controls. For more information, call CONTROLTHINK LC, Orem, UT. (888) 908-4465.

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