Kylo is a web browser based on Mozilla's Gecko SDK for use on computers connected to TVs.
Kylo's on-screen controls are intended to be viewable from about 10 feet away from a 32" or greater HDTV screen running at 720 or higher resolution. Kylo was originally designed as companion software to the Loop™ in-air motion pointer from Hillcrest Labs. Navigation is done primarily through pointer control, such as with a motion controller (ie. WarpiaTV) or a mouse. Some work has been done to allow control with a standard Up/Down/Left/Right remote control.
Some helpful documents:
This file describes the basic outline of the Kylo source code directory structure.
Basic documentation of the Kylo build process.
Lawyer stuff. Lists Open Source licenses and terms.
Helpful info regarding use of the Kylo name and trademarks. If you're planning on distributing a modified version of Kylo, YOU SHOULD READ THIS.
For the latest information about Kylo, visit us at kylo.tv.
For more information about Hillcrest Labs and their motion control pointing technology, please visit hillcrestlabs.com
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