You Appear Live On Jeopardy In Panasonic's Vision Of The Future Of The TV

Posted: Oct 8 2010, 7:58am CDT | by , in News | Home Entertainment

You appear Live on Jeopardy in Panasonic's Vision of the Future of the TV
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Panasonic is showing off the future of Internet TV at the CEATEC 2010 in Japan. Panasonic is imagining that Internet TV is not just a one way street. In future game shows viewers could actually appear on TV via a camera feed from their living room. This is a pretty nice idea and takes interactive TV to the next level. We already seeing an onslaught of video conferencing systems for the living room from Cisco and also the Logitech Revue Google TV. It would be actually not that difficult for a TV show to embed a video image of a TV viewer live into a show.

One of the demos is showing what Google TV is offering today. The merging of TV programming with related web content. More futuristic is an application that lets shoppers try on clothes virtually in 3D. More details on Tech-On.

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