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09

Sep

Gesture Remote Control

A simple dream, a simple reality. This is the “Gesture” remote control. It’s sort of a ring shape, made to fit in your hand, made to be intuitive to your touch. Using GestIC by IDENT Technology AG, Gesture is one giant trackpad with clicker embedded in. Made for your television, but think of the video game applications! What a magnificent tool this is going to be for those who get creative.

Functionality and special abilities are built in to the television itself, such as the ability to search for and play content without a keypad. Activated with a simple circular unlocking, the menu pops up and you’re allowed to do everything fabulous with the ease and simplicity of a computer screen coupled with a trackpad.

Watch the video below for more info, and keep your eyes and hands from exploding with excitement if at all possible. The technology for this remote is done by IDENT Technology AG and the interactive elements like the menus and the buttons and such are done by ZINOSIGN®.

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Sep

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02

Sep

Lights above, Lights Below

Where do you have all of your lamps? Above? To the side? All around? How about you get some lamps that sit on the ground and some other lamps that sit above your head? How about a collection of lamps that works in basically any position? Take a look at this “7/7 Lights” lamp collection by Albertine van Iterson. Each lamp is made out of its own materials, has its own identity, and require slightly different treatments. Yet at the same time, they’re all part of the same family.

How you interact with this set of lamps is entirely up to you. Get a bunch of the wood ones and let them all fly above your head. Get a few metal lamps and lie them around your lovely wood-floored no-cat apartment. Or get them all, all the different sorts of lamps in the 7/7 Lights series, place them all around your huge house!

It’s a lamp family.