Technology in the field of television is now increasingly sophisticated, a great thing until that looks paltry. One example of technology developed by Panasonic this. Japanese company that is developing a device to change the television channel, just by swinging the hand.
VIERA TV series called DMP-HV20 and claimed to be the first in the world utilize hand movement does not require a remote control to operate it. With this technology, users want to move TV channels, simply move the hand to the left or right. Sensors on the next TV will detect movement and translate it into commands to change the TV channel.
With a screen resolution of 1024 × 600 pixels, this TV also provides a connection to the internet via WiFi 802.11. There's also a USB 2.0 port, card slot SDXC. Panasonic carry with 10.1-inch screen size, so much like a netbook. Apparently this TV was deliberately created as a portable gadget and use of close range, for example when in the kitchen while preparing food or taken during the trip.