Using your gestures, you not only control your computer, but also your smartphone and tablet. Sounds pretty cool? Let’s go on checking the following Flow wireless controller.
The Flow is an innovative and multi purposed Bluetooth-enabled wireless controller that measures 70mm diameter by 15mm height. As shown in the images, the Bluetooth controller sports a simple and sleek design and consists of an aluminum/stainless steel ring and durable polycarbonate touch surface. Moreover, the wireless controller features multiple sensors for 360-degree angular positioning, capacitive touch, infrared based hand gesture recognition and luminosity in order that you can use your gestures to precisely control your devices, including Mac, iOS devices, Android, Linux and Windows, and it works well with more than 30 of the most popular applications such as Photoshop, Illuminator, YouTube, Spotify, Pandora, Rhinoceros, Autocad, and more. Apart from that, the Bluetooth controller is powered by an exchangeable battery that offers over 4 months of usage, and open platform allows developers to build more applications for Flow.
The team of Flow is raising fund via Indiegogo. Pledging $189 will let you own the wireless controller. If you’re interested, jump to Indiegogo official site for more details or check out the following demo video first.