InAIR gadget wants to replace the second screen

03/7/2014 | TechCrunch

The second-screen experience could be simplified with SeeSpace's $99 InAIR device, which plugs into a television with an HDMI cable. The gadget pulls information from the video content shown on the TV, identifying the song being played in a movie scene, for instance. The InAIR can be controlled with an application on a mobile device or through other gadgets, such as a Kinect motion detector.

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