February 18, 2010 by Arlen Schweiger
You may think you’ve got your Olympics viewing covered, but Crestron want to make sure you get much more viewing out of Vancouver.
The home automation provider has added the Olympics as one of its featured channels within Crestron’s ADMS Intermedia Delivery System, which uses a WorldSearch function to cull digital content to deliver.
ADMS will deliver all of your digital media with ease, as well as let you purchase or rent movies that go right to your display; but the Internet TV option really lets you increase the viewing choices with all of that web video out there.
That’s why you’ll see navigable buttons that lead you straight to the likes of Hulu, Joost, Vimeo, Metacafe, YouTube and more. Like, now, the Winter Olympics, to play on your system in full-screen 1080p.
With the Olympics icon, you can tap into videos as well as games information to follow favorite athletes and events—click on browseable categories like “Most Popular” (can you say curling?) or “Latest” competitions. A graphic display and dynamic search engine finds content for you quickly so you won’t miss any big moments.
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