The average person probably doesn’t have a full AMX control center in the house. But if you do iRidium has you covered by allowing you to control the system using a iPad or iPhone/iPod Touch. I’m interested in these apps because of smart classrooms. The possibilities of a presenter walking into the classroom and controlling the system from their iPad. Then hooking up the VGA dongle and presenting directly from the device. The iRidium software is $160 which isn’t bad since the hardware it is controlling isn’t cheap. The app is available in the app store.
– Support of XBMC media-server
– Support of video in JPEG, MJPEG formats
– Support of graphical interfaces, dynamic control elements, animation, translucency
– Support of additional equipment operating (Kramer, GlobalCache, KeyDigital, Extron, IRTrans, etc.)