Bringing Simplicity back

By: Angela Lowe - Published: Feb 5, 2007   Updated: Jul 12 2011 • References: we-make-money-not-art & gushmagazine
The Origami TV Remote Control, displayed at the Work in Progress Show of Design Interactions in London, was designed for kids and let's be honest most adults. It was designed by 1-week Electronics and is used to dictate only the essential functions needed to control a TV set, channel selections and volume. Its a cordless remote that relies on a sensor board and "Max/MSP" to get the signals across.

Implications - Hectic lifestyles and tedious day-to-day schedules have left many individuals within society today feeling overwhelmed and stressed. Businesses that can provide this type of consumer with unembellished and uncomplicated products will appeal to a wide audience craving simplicity. Stats for Origami TV Remote Control Trending: Older & Average
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