The ‘Doki’ Remote Control Lets You Feel the Buttons to Navigate
The conceptual ‘Doki’ remote control has been designed with an aesthetic that makes it distinctly different from touchscreen varieties to ensure it’s as applicable as possible to the modern living room. Rather than featuring a touch-enabled interface, the remote opts for physical buttons that can be utilized without having to look at the unit to increase efficiency. The remote also works to prevent it from ever being lost by incorporating a fin on the rear to stop it from sliding between couch cushions, while an integrated LED will illuminate every 30 seconds.
The ‘Doki’ remote control is the design work of Estab Han for weekend-works and acknowledges how familiar products can be given subtle upgrades rather than major overhauls to make them more applicable for modern consumers.