Definitions for "10-foot user interface"
A 10-foot user interface is a user interface for a television set or a similarly sized screen. "10 foot" refers to the approximate distance from the viewer to the screen, which can be shorter or longer than 10 feet (which is about 3 m) depending on the size of the screen. Such interfaces have large menus and buttons that are also designed to be navigated by a hand-held remote control. Examples are electronic program guides, Apple's Front Row, and the Microsoft Windows Media Center interface.