Say goodbye to mouse with the Flow wireless controller
Senic, Berlin-based innovative manufacturer of tangible interfaces have unveiled their first product which is a freely programmable, haptic control for smart devices. Called Flow, the wireless controller will free us from the need of a keyboard and a mouse which due to their design are unable to offer us the same ability and sensitivity as our hands. Flow is an intuitive and precise shortcut tool to our favorite actions. The creators of Flow has incorporated three technologies into the device to suit the needs of users. Hand gesture recognition, sensitive touch and precise haptics are the technologies offered by the tool which will allow users to work, play and create in the digital world in a perfect way.
The Senic Flow wireless controller will offer us flexible program shortcuts and perfect control to our favorite actions that work on graphic design, video editing or CAD as well for browsing, presentations and playing music too. The team have already developed controls for more than 30 of the most popular applications such as Photoshop, Illustrator and Rhino 3D, iTunes, YouTube and are working on numerous others. The device utilizes more than 1,000 accuracy points that enable precise movement and make full use of muscles with 360° high precision sensing. This portable and simple to use device comes with a durable polycarbonate touch surface, has a battery life of about four months and is compatible with every gadget that uses Bluetooth LE.
The project is currently on Indiegogo where it has comfortably surpassed the goal of $50,000 with more than a month to go for the campaign to end. You can pre-order a Flow device for yourself by pledging an amount of $99 with delivery expected in June 2015.