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Fan TV Entertainment Center: The Zen Way of Watching TV

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I’ve seen many different kinds of clunky TV boxes, and many are forgettable. There are quite a few that are basically eyesores in your living room, and it’s not always easy to find a way to make them appealing, except if you completely hide them away.

fan tv fanhattan fuseproject yves behar photo

Fan TV was developed by Yves Behar’s Fuseproject studio. The design was created for the company Fanhattan. The remote and set-top box are quite unique.  They are supposed to mimic nested stones. The pebble-shaped remote is supposed to respond to the slightest touch, and you can tap as well as swipe it to navigate through your movies and shows.

fan tv fanhattan fuseproject yves behar in use photo

The system itself is designed to integrate live TV, DVR and streaming media in a single interface. Though it’s not clear what other devices will be required in order to use the live TV and DVR features. There will also be companion apps for iOS devices so you can watch and control your content on the go.

fan tv fanhattan fuseproject yves behar remote photo

Here’s a brief demo of the Fan TV in action:

There’s no word yet on pricing or a release date for the system.

[via designboom]



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