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The TV remote control

“TV remote control” by Philippe Kindelis –

The TV remote control uses the principle of water displacement and the conductive properties of water to connect different cables. It highlights principles and processes that the user can interact with. It is an exploration as to whether water and electricity can be put together to create a new narrative in the way we interact with technological products.

Order & Chaos. Design From a Technological Taboo. The TV Remote Control – [via] Link.

8 thoughts on “The TV remote control

  1. kryten007 says:

    I fear I am quite in love with this…

  2. gear_head says:

    Thing I like most is that it appears to completely obscure the TV they’re watching. Good make.

  3. nandn says:

    Love the concept though wouldn’t evaporation mean you’d need to keep adding water otherwise you wouldn’t be able to turn on your tv?

  4. supertim says:

    The remote is funny, but I want to know more about that chair. Does anyone recognize it?

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