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(Video) Jasper Dekker’s Gesture Controlled Faucet

(Video) Jasper Dekker’s Gesture Controlled Faucet
Design & Architecture

A hygienic and hi-tech version of the water faucet offers a new method of interaction.

Dan Gould
  • 26 may 2010

Gizmodo points us to an intriguing concept by designer Jasper Dekker. He’s created a working prototype for a gesture controlled water faucet. A series of hand movements activate different functions of the device. Moving a hand towards the spout brings water out and moving back down turns it off. Additional moves adjust different types of water flow while each side of the faucet controls hot or cold water levels.


Spatial Interaction from Jasper Dekker on Vimeo.

Jasper Dekker

[via Gizmodo]

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