Its Either ME OR The Remote

Hey YDers, this NVISIBLE TOUCH – IT Universal Remote Control concept is a very tricky proposition. If something like this were to hit the stands, then either we women would lose our “who owns the remote control” battle to our men OR we could use it effectively to get chores done. Go on woman; hide it till he doesn’t do the dishes!
Invisible, shiny, emotional, intuitive, personalized settings, interactive, touch sensitive, ah…the list goes on…we’re sure to lose this battle!

Here are some of the specs:
– The IT features a glass body that turns shiny when it comes alive.
– The geometrical designs reflect Loewe styling.
– Intuitive and customizable, you can set your preferences and when the remote comes into your hands, it goes to your settings automatically.
– It features a hollow area which defines the touch pad on the upper surface.
– The main menu consists of basic actions like watch, listen, play etc.
– The back of the IT hosts a blood pressure machine that can be used to measure how hyper you get while watching the Big Game!
– Essentially it relays your blood pressure, heart rate and blood oxygen levels.
– Lastly, IT responds to your moods as well. If you’re watching a game and excited about it, the volume soars! In the middle of a romantic movie…the lights dim auto!
With supposed features like this…does any Woman stand a chance? No Ways!

Designer: Zeynep Altmisoglu

11 Comments

  • confucius says:

    “to open, push the sensitive area”

  • TMI says:

    If you have earrings, you can’t use that thing on your ear. You just lost your female audience and homo audience!

    design fail

  • emre says:

    it is good but need some specification

  • matt says:

    LOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL

  • This is an interesting device, but I'm not so sure about the motion sensor or detachable earpiece. A motion detector would be largely unnecessary; the same goes for the earpiece, except that, even worse, it would be too easy to lose.

    Furthermore, I believe that a solid state remote control should be made to be entirely solid state. Though technically a sensor may be solid state, it's not what I would consider full solid state, seeing as how it attaches and detaches from the remote.

    Overall, I kind of like it, but it seems very cartoon-like and impractical. Sorry.

  • This is an interesting device, but I’m not so sure about the motion sensor or detachable earpiece. A motion detector would be largely unnecessary; the same goes for the earpiece, except that, even worse, it would be too easy to lose.

    Furthermore, I believe that a solid state remote control should be made to be entirely solid state. Though technically a sensor may be solid state, it’s not what I would consider full solid state, seeing as how it attaches and detaches from the remote.

    Overall, I kind of like it, but it seems very cartoon-like and impractical. Sorry.

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