Yes, it’s another iPhone remote do-hicky, but this one is really interesting. Created in the UK by Steve Moore the system comprises of two parts.
The hardware appears to be Global Cache GC-100 Network Adapter that’ll set you back around $150, plus the app which is due to go on sale for $100 when the iPhone store launches on the 11th July.
“The beauty of the iPod Touch or iPhone versus other tablets is that it has bullet-proof WiFi, doesn’t need to wait for Windows to boot up, and can be held in a hand,” says Moore. “And they sell loads of them so they cost almost nothing…..
Global Cache GC-100 Network Adapter
In addition to the basic AirRemote control solution, the application also enables control of AMX or Crestron automation system, allowing users to operate lights, security, audio/video, thermostats and virtually any other electronic system connected to an AMX or Crestron system.
AirRemote also supports the Kaleidescape media server “with all the album/cover art on the iPhone, and it links to the Web to bring you more artist/actor/director information,” Moore says.”