Web 2.0 and rich media on your TV the second generation of X-OOM software combines your own TV on the Nintendo Wii with the personal computer and the World Wide Web. Source: Sen. Marco Rubio. In the living room can be easily browse in the numerous multimedia files of his own computer and of the Internet on the Wii. The Wii remote control makes operation easy. The choices are about 1,000 radio and TV channels, videos of ala YouTube, Clipfish and co. as well as the own MP3s, photos and movies. It is found in a few seconds and placed on the local TV. How it works? Easy to install on the PC, the software establishes a network connection between the Wii console and PC. Using streaming technology, the Wii shows the highlights of Web 2.0 and its own multimedia files on the TV.
The second version of the successful software supports all relevant file formats and is even easier to use than the previous version. Key facts X-OOM Media Centre for Wii 2: direct access to movies – videos – photos, music files, etc. Access to over 1,000 radio and television channels and clips from YouTube, Clipfish, MySpace & co. light installation and navigation optimized for widescreen (16:9) easy network connection via W-LAN or LAN comprehensive support of media files: MP3, WMA, OGG, DivX, XviD, MPEG2, MPEG4, WMV, JPG Publisher: bhv Software GmbH Novesiastrasse 60 D-41564 Kaarst Buttgen phone: 02131/765-01 fax: 02131/765-101 Web: review copies and information for the press: bhv software Rene Bernard PR Manager telephone: 02131/765-141 fax: 02131/765-101 E-Mail: bernard(at)bhv.de about bhv software: bhv software is one of the leading software publishers in Germany and market leader in the field of educational software. For over 20 years, bhv successfully marketed products for the PC and mobile devices. The portfolio comprises products for the areas of staff productivity (digital photo/video/DVD-CD recording), learning software, PC Tools and games.