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May 2012 - iWavit 2012
Milestone of over 1.5 Million
Sept.2011 - ThinkOptics files
Patent Infringement Suit Against Nintendo and others.
Aug. 2011 -
Press release on iWavit TV Aid.
Aug. 2011 - 570,000 iWavit app downloads.
Feb. 2011 - iWavit app downloads
on the Apple App Store pass the 200,000 mark.
Jan. 2011- ThinkOptics showcases
iWavit Premium at MacWorld Expo 2011 and sells out all inventory at the
Dec 2010 - The iWavit starts selling
and is quickly sold out.
Sept.-Dec 2010 - Three core
patents are issued covering the direct pointing technology integrated into the iWavit and Wavit products.
Spring 2004 - ThinkOptics, Inc.
is founded, and work starts to patent fundamental new concepts of optical
Thinkoptics has a great
new device that not only can be a remote control for your TV and DVR,
but also an on screen presenter and Self created remote control.
Jeffrey Powers finds out what this product is and how it works.
Top Standout Award (TSO
Award) for CES 2010
"This is just COOL! A
better rendition of a Universal Remote that isn't confusing to use.
You can create any type of remote easily on this. IMAGINE, "...
having a picture of your living room on your iPhone screen. Press on
the TV, and your TV turns on. Press on the the stereo, and the
stereo turns on." Excuse me while I clean up my drool!".
"My favorite innovation
this year was found at a small little booth in the North Hall by a
company called ThinkOptics, Inc. Manned with a table, an iphone and
a 42” display their iWavit hardware and software turns your smart
phone into the “ultimate remote control”. What is so compelling
about this product is the ease of use and infinitive possibilities.
In just 5 minutes, I watched founder and CTO Anders Grunnet-Jespen,
Ph.D. effortlessly setup the device to control his TV, media center
AND computer. That is all fine and dandy, but when the device
allowed him to change channels on the TV and then switch over (with
one click) to the PC and point and move the mouse (like a Wii
remote) and control his computer screen, I knew I found the device
"The iWavit from
has a nice customizable interface, sleek
hardware, and solid marketing. The unit can even act as a 3D mouse,
incorporating vertical and horizontal gestures. You can even use
the microphone for voice control of a PC, to make VoIP/Skype calls
"MY PICK FOR BEST AT CES: Turn your iphone
into a remote for ALL your devices, computer and more... with Wii
type functionality as well as standard touch and go."
CES 2010 ThinkOptics
INC Iphone 3G 3GS Ipod Touch Ultimate Remote Control.
WavIt™ Internet Remote Control is the first remote control designed
specifically for freely enjoying your online media.
Macworld 2011: iWavit Remote, an IR and RF Dongle that
Controls your PC, Mac and Just About Everything Else
Infrared dongles that your iPhone or
iPad can use to control home theater
components or anything else that
takes an IR command are nothing new,
but the iWavit offers some pretty
unique features that set it apart
from other remote solutions that
I’ve seen in the past. Some of the
big standouts are the fact that you
can use the iWavit to turn your iPad
or iPhone into a virtual keyboard or
touchpad for your computer and that
you can custom build a remote right
on the iPad that can control just
about any device.
MacWorld2011 - Appletell's favorite products
"There have been
several remotes released for the iOS platforms over the last few
years. Most of them either use an IR dongle so you can control
infrared devices like your TV and cable box, or they use some
sort of RF like bluetooth or WiFi to control applications
on your computer. This is the first one I have seen that can do
both at the same time...Overall, it was the most comprehensive
remote for an iOS device that I have ever seen.".
with Chuck Joiner
The Road to Macworld 2011 –
Anders Grunnet-Jepsen On How The iWavit Can Remote Control
promises to turn your iPod and iPhone into a
customizable, touch-screen direct-pointing
remote control for TV, movies, computers and the