Remote Control for Smart TVs
Futuristic remote control concept for Smart TVs

08 Jun 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

A Danish student named Kristian Larsen - who also created the Flip Phone smartphone concept - has moved on to innovate in the field of remote controls for TVs. The new remote control concept embraces all the opportunities of internet-enabled Smart TV.

Futuristic remote control concept

Manufacturers are implementing internet functionality but how should consumers control all these multimedia features? TV manufacturers are still struggling to come up with an optimal solution for that.

Therefore a Danish student at Kolding Design School has developed a remote control concept targeted specifically for Internet-enabled TVs. With a oval shape the remote control is operated with a touch-sensitive interface that we know from smartphones.

Futuristic remote control concept
Futuristic remote control concept

The remote control is very lightweight and focused on user-friendly and intuitive navigation that makes it easy to rent movies, watch YouTube control and much more.

The final version of the remote control concept will be exhibited at an exhibition on June 24 in Denmark and during the Copenhagen Fashion Week from August 4-7. FlatpanelsHD will try to find out more about the innovative remote control concept during those events.

Source: Kolding Design School

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