What to play? What to Watch? How to find it and how long will it take?
Some decent solutions exist for music, but how about all the other content?
|The DMR Peregrin operating system and user interface is well positioned to provide Consumer Electronics manufacturers what they have proved unable to provide for themselves: Ease of Use.|
Using the current darling of the industry, Apple's spectacular iPad, with only 6 touches or swipes you can expose about 120 choices. One more touch and the search expands to either an additional 24 selections or, if you are lucky, a vertical list. That is great for a small library of songs or music videos. If you have several thousand songs, hundreds of music videos, a few dozen seasons of TV shows and a large library of stored movies or movies that you can stream from Amazon, you are going to be a while getting to what you want.
The storied Peregrine Falcon is a very effective hunter, having sorted it prey, it will dive on it at over 200 miles per hour. That is a very good analogy for it's namesake software.
Simple Wireless Home Automation
|The seven touches and getting to a bit over 140 choices with our iPad, those same 7 touches on a Peregrin enabled system would allow you to drill though to about 531,441songs. One more touch and you are well into the millions of possibilities.|
Best of all, almost everybody knows how to work the interface already. They use it every day.
DMR owns the IP behind the 3 x 3 user matrix and its the matrix everybody knows. At the top of the page you see the software in action. Screen1 - Touch Music (or 1 on the remote). Next, because our user has a huge collection, we get a screen of genres and select Country. From the next screen I select "Faith Hill" and I'm listening to her. 4 touches.
But wait until you see what it can do with video!