Spatial Interaction faucet is better than any touch-control faucet, anyday

by Mark R

I cannot stand this ad for these Delta Touch faucets. I have a video of it after the jump so you can see it for yourself. I’d like to think that I am not OCD, but the dirty hands in the commercial are a visual kryptonite. The song is also terrible, and I’m told that the music is by the Count on Sesame Street.

Still, I can’t deny that there are times in which my hands are so dirty that I have wanted to simply touch the spigot in order to turn on the water. Mostly it is because I don’t want to soil the on and off knobs. I suppose the spigot is going to get soiled with these Delta touch faucets.

This particular design is Spatial Interaction, designed by Jasper Dekker. Instead of a touch, control of the faucet is obtained by the wave of the hand. I believe that the wave not only turns it on, but is good for controlling the flow rate, as well as the temperature.

Don’t ask me what sort of waves would be necessary for that, as I really don’t want to be conducting a symphony orchestra every time that I want to wash my hands.

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moogie Says: May 27, 2010 at 4:57 pm

I believe that the wave not only turns it on, but is good for controlling the flow rate, as well as the temperature.

It’d be cool, but probably not. Looks like there’s a standard flow and temperature control lever to the right of the spigot.

This faucet tells you how much water you’re getting from the faucet » Coolest Gadgets Says: September 24, 2010 at 4:17 pm

[...] have covered a lot of interesting faucet concepts in the past, such as the spacial interaction one, the one that requires not touching to turn [...]

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