Designed by Joris van Gelder, this Bang & Olufsen touchless remote prototype “responds to finger gestures and lifts and falls in concert with the volume.” Videos after the break. Click here for first picture in gallery.

The idea was to create a remote control for kitchen use. As such, it’s meant to be (mostly) touchless in order to keep the remote free from bacteria or ether, depending upon your situation

[via EngadgetBEOWorld]


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