Remote control specialist Ruwido will use IBC to demonstrate how to integrate intuitive interaction mechanisms to navigate through large content libraries.
The company will highlight how design, in combination with new interaction techniques, can create unique user interaction experiences. Demonstrations at Ruwido’s stand will include its ‘aura’ concept, which allows more intuitive navigation and direct communication of user’s intentions to the interface.
“Interactive services will only benefit the consumer if they can use them. The systems currently available on the market are often too complex, so one of our key issues at the moment is how to make content more accessible. Either by providing intuitive concepts of navigation like the ‘consistent design aura’ or by using different kinds of navigation within one device,” said Ferdinand Maier, CEO, Ruwido.
Ruwido will be exhibiting at IBC on Stand 1.F68
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