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Faucet Follows Your Hands While Washing



Here's one of those inventions that just makes sense. The Hidden Tap by Jelmer Moorman uses a sensor to follow your hands and dispense water. As you move your hands from left to right under the faucet, water goes from hot to cold just like like a regular tap.

We have no word on availability, but Hidden Tap is part of the Kunst Zonder Kapsones venture company started by Fernando H. Arias, so we have a feeling that given enough interest, this thing will be showing up in high-end contractors' bags of tricks at some point. Hit the continue link to see the thing in action, but be warned -- it's a .wmv file.

[Thanks, Fernando]


Tags: faucet, hidden tap, HiddenTap, jermer moorman, JermerMoorman, Kunst Zonder Kapsones, KunstZonderKapsones

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