Flow Programmable Wireless Controller

Jan 2, 2015

Category: Tech

If the idea of one stylish, intuitive, advanced, programmable, wireless controller for your computer and connected devices sounds intriguing, you’ll want to investigate Flow, an Indiegogo project out of Berlin, Germany.

With hand gesture recognition, sensitive touch, and precise haptics, Flow is designed for work, play and creating with futuristic ease. It connects directly via Bluetooth Low Energy and features metal ring materials of aluminum/stainless steel and a durable polycarbonate touch-surface. Flow will start off with support for Mac, then moved on to iOS devices, Android, Linux and Windows. The developers have already designed controls for more than 30 of the most popular applications, including YouTube and Spotify, as well as an array of smart home devices like the Nest thermostat, with much more support promised to come. [Purchase]

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