Open Source Community Enables YouTube Browsing on Neuros OSD

Our friends over at Neuros Technologies have announced a beta version of a YouTube browser for their award-winning Neuros OSD product. With this release, the device can now be used to easily browse and play the entire YouTube video collection on any TV, both standard and high definition. Functionality already in this release includes keyword searching and browsing by category and rating. Future releases will bring user interface improvements and added functionality such as sharing, subscriptions, and much more.

The real story is that this advancement has been made possible by Neuros’ worldwide community of open source developers. Neuros’ embraces the open source community and closely works with developers to quickly incorporate these open source contributions in official releases.

It sounds like Neuros Technology has a lot more up their sleeves for future releases:

Though this release is perhaps its most exciting to date, “it’s just the beginning”, said Born. “We’ve got a number of user interface enhancements and fixes already under way that are making the OSD an increasing pleasure to use, and we also look forward to bringing an array of exciting connectivity tools to the Neuros OSD in the coming weeks and months.”