Microsoft’s SideShow technology for Windows Vista which is a technology for distributing interactive content to connected small-screen devices, such as Windows Mobile smartphones. The content is created and managed by small software applications called SideShow gadgets. And while Microsoft finally released the long awaited SideShow application for Windows Mobile a while ago, even if yet available as an early Beta only, one of the most anticipated SideShow gadget wasn’t available so far – a Windows Vista Media Center gadget to remote control the Media Center from mobile devices like smartphones.
Windows SideShow Team has announced the availability of 4 BETA Windows SideShow Gadgets that let you control Windows Media Center from a Windows Sideshow device. You can sign-up via Microsoft Connect to gain access to Beta Test these new Windows SideShow Gadgets. Gadgets allows you to interact with your Media Center enabled Windows Vista PC by providing following functionalities:
- Pictures & Videos
- Now Playing
Source:→ Windows Experience Blog