This type of configuration would be an excellent service for disabled people, persons born with mental retardation, down syndrome, etc. My brother Bobby has mental retardation. His mind stopped developing at a 4 year old level. Biologically he is now 52 years old. He cannot read. But he loves TV shows, movies, music, and family photos. He knows how to work a VCR, but those are a thing of the past. He also knows how to use a vending machine, radio, old fashioned TV with tuning/channel knobs. Bridging the gap from the old world to the digital age for him is on an ongoing project I’ve been working on.
Does this program have three basic categories that are present in the same place all the time? Pictures, Music, Videos/Movies? When he taps an icon to look at his favorite TV shows will it then present a grid of pictures, each representing the shows that are on the WD TV Live Hub? And when he is done playing a file will the program send him back to the main menu or to where he left off?
Also, can this software be used on a tablet with a wired GIgabit connection (or USB 2.0) back to the WD TV Live Hub as a control/feed wire? I don’t like having wi-fi on in his house. If not is there an equally easy to use program for a Windows 8.1 64-bit tablet that will do the same?