TOUCHSTREAM TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
|TOUCHSTREAM TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130124759||PLAY CONTROL OF CONTENT ON A DISPLAY DEVICE - A system for presenting and controlling content on a display device includes a network, a server system coupled to the network and comprising one or more servers, a display device coupled to the network and having a display, and a personal computing device operable to transmit a first message according to a specified format over the network to the server system. The server system stores an association between the personal computing device and the display device. The first message identifies user-selected content and a media player to play the content. The server system is operable, in response to receiving the first message from the personal computing device, to provide to the display device a second message identifying the user-selected content and the media player to play the content. In response to receiving the second message, the display device is operable to obtain a first media player needed to play the content, to load the media player and to present the content on the display.||05-16-2013|
|20130031478||VIRTUALIZED HOSTING AND DISPLAYING OF CONTENT USING A SWAPPABLE MEDIA PLAYER - A system for presenting content includes a display device storing a virtual client. A display host is operable to execute multiple instances of a browser each of which operates as a swappable media player that is operable to retrieve and load any of a plurality of different media players needed to play specified content. The display host is operable to perform operations including receiving from a switchboard server system a message indicating that a specified media player is to be used to play particular content using a first instance of a swappable media player, retrieving and loading the specified media player from a content provider using the first instance of the swappable media player, playing the particular content in a first session using the specified media player, and causing a presentation of the content to be mirrored onto the virtual client residing on the display device.||01-31-2013|