Sony Turns to E-Ink for Refined Control of the Home
What's a remote control without buttons? Something like this
These days we have lots of remote controls. Of those remotes how many of those buttons actually get used? Wouldn’t it be great if there were a simple device that could work with devices smoothly? And because fumbling around with remotes is already complicated enough, the design of said object should be elegant and simple to reflect the problem it intends to solve. The HUIS REMOTE CONTROLLER is a remote control from Sony, which can control smart appliances in your home. But what makes it unique isn’t its ability to communicate with various devices throughout your home, but its screen—it uses electronic paper instead of buttons.