配件 & 工具
Repair and disassembly guides for remote controls.
== Background and Identification == A remote control is a device which is capable of operating another device from a distance through the transmission of electrical signals. Originally invented around the turn of the twentieth century, early designs were capable of merely triggering a reaction in another object in a sort-of on/off capacity. Nikola Tesla, surpassing his contemporaries as usual, held an exhibition in 1898 of a remote control device capable of driving a boat, a technology he named “teleautomaton.” Today, remote control technology is used in nearly all electronics with some sort of connectivity functionality, reserving the name “remote control” for devices explicitly used for this purpose. Most consumer remote controls are used for televisions and their related equipment, cameras, garage doors/gates, appliances, [[Topic:Game Console|video game consoles]], and remote controlled vehicles such as cars or [[Topic:Drone|drones]]. As such, the design of a remote control varies greatly based on its application, with complexity varying from a single button for a garage door, to an array of joysticks and bumper buttons as found on a video game controller. Today, we see the rise of voice automation, with software developments such as Microsoft’s “Cortana”, Google’s “Hey Google”, or Amazon’s “Alexa” turning our own voices into the remote controllers of yesterday. == Additional Information == * [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Remote_control|Wikipedia - Remote Control]