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Intel and RepairTech booths will include GestureTek’s gesture-controlled interactive displays, immersive media solutions and gesture-enabled PC-based games.
SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA – (January 7, 2008) – GestureTek® Inc. - world leader and patent-holder in camera-enabled gesture-controlled interfaces for interactive displays, presentation systems and entertainment systems - today announced that two CES exhibitors, Intel and RepairTech, will use GestureTek’s patented, state-of-the art video gesture control technology at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) on January 7th to 10th, 2008, in Las Vegas.
“GestureTek technology is a showstopper. Without a doubt, CES visitors will stop in their tracks when they see that they can control displays, manipulate special effects, play games and even immerse themselves in a 3-D virtual world – simply by moving their hands and body, ” said Bill Leckonby, CEO of GestureTek Inc.
At CES booth number 7153, Intel will be featuring GestureTek’s gesture-enabled games on Mobile Internet Devices based on Intel low power technologies. GestureTek’s GestureXtreme® virtual world experience transports a person’s image into a computer-generated landscape, with no gear or equipment required. Players can see themselves onscreen as they maneuver thrilling adventure simulations or interact with onscreen characters and objects in real-time. Body motion controls the program, giving users an unencumbered full-body immersive experience
At CES booth number 8759, GestureTek and design marketing firm Ex Machina have designed the booth of the future for RepairTech, a warranty service provider. RepairTech will showcase its offerings using GestureTek’s ScreenXtreme™ system with ActiveX plug-in on a giant 50” plasma screen. ScreenXtreme is an immersive, interactive digital signage solution that transforms any digital sign or advertising screen into an immersive, interactive experience for customers.
ScreenXtreme is a powerful tool for entertainment and brand promotion. It magically captures a passer-by’s real-time image and allows the person to watch themselves on a screen of any size, as they transform an advertisement’s background, images and special effects. Using a patented, camera-based technology that tracks the area in the vicinity of a display, Screen Xtreme lets people manipulate the graphics that surround them on the screen, simply by moving their hands and body.
Available with over 30 pre-programmed special effects, ScreenXtreme delivers effects that simulate swimming underwater, juggling objects or wiping away a hazy mist to clear the view. ActiveX controls enable any existing digital signage solution working on the Microsoft Windows Operating System to run Screen Xtreme immersive interactive software as a sub-window, within the overall solution.
Jo Moore Marini, Account Executive, SSPR, (719) 634-8055 email@example.com
About GestureTek Inc.
About RepairTech Inc.
RepairTech is an Extended Service Contracts/Buyer Protection Plan company. Over the last decade, they have set a new standard for the extended warranty industry. They focus their energy on superior service for both the dealer and the consumer. Their product line is extensive - including new technologies and established products. RepairTech set down liberal rules to accommodate the consumer by offering free cleaning on cameras and camcorders - as well as a Loaner Program. They allow consumers to choose their own factory authorized service center to repair the goods covered by a RepairTech plan. Should the consumer choose to have RepairTech service the product, they are offered free shipping and the turnaround time on repairs averages less than 10 days. This service reflects back on the dealers who offer RepairTech products. Beyond extraordinary consumer service, RepairTech individualizes plans to allow retailers to incorporate the ESC into their own marketing and sales strategies. A streamlined, managed structure gives RepairTech the ability to react quickly to trends in the consumer goods market to meet the needs of the both the retailers and the consumers. RepairTech is headquartered in Iselin, New Jersey. For more information contact Michael Green at (877) 418-8324 or visit www.repairtechinc.com. Ex Machina is RepairTech's 'design x marketing' firm. For more information visit www.ExMachinaDxM.com.