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Japanese tech company Murata has worked with Kansai University and Mitsui Chemicals to develop a button-free remote control that only requires users to bend and twist the device in various ways to control TVs and other electric appliances.
The device is a prototype called Leaf Grip Remote Controller, which pitches for a new line of human-machine interface.
The Leaf Grip features a plate made of piezoe... Read More