Looking forward to controlling my living room with gestures :)
The non-hardcore-gamer set-top space is getting crowded and Google TV flopped.
TV is the natural space for gestures, where a mouse and keyboard aren't practical. Microsoft knows this, Sony knows this - that's why Sony planned the camera as a standard feature for PS4 and only gutted it after cost concerns overwhelmed them.
And I hope, Google brings them to the common man sooner in very elegant ways.
2013 is the age of new Interfaces.
But, I always have this problem with Google -
I don't like to see Google as an Engineering first company. They engineer so much, sometimes never reaching common man.
They must first focus from elegance, we call them Top to Down. I've made this mistake a zillion times tyring to engineer too much and forget on usablity and serving purpose.