B&O: Get your paws off our 'TouchLess' remote
Bang & Olufsen is working on a concept that requires no physical contact to operate.
Bang & Olufsen has always been driven by avant-garde designs, but its latest concept for a remote control may be crossing the line from innovation to science fiction. Apparently not satisfied with its previous efforts, no matter howthey may be already, B&O is contemplating a model that requires no physical contact to operate. We're not kidding.
The aptly named "TouchLess" was inspired by that are increasingly influencing product development, leading the company's design mavens to work on a device that would never be sullied by your bacteria-infested mitts. "Designed primarily for kitchen use, the TouchLess can control the cooker, washing machine, and boil a kettle from the comfort of your armchair," T3 says, as well as command the media center with simple -style wave of the hand. What's next for B&O R&D? A , of course.