It looks like a picture frame, but Fibaro’s Swipe harbors sensors that can turn gestures into home-control actions. Simply wave your hand over the panel to
turn lights on and off, raise and lower motorized window shades, turn a faucet on and off, or perform any other function that can be managed by a Z-Wave
controller. Since you don’t need to make physical with the Swipe, there’s no chance of leaving or picking up bacteria; and if you’re cooking, you don’t
need to wash your hands before you use it.
The Swipe, which can run on batteries or USB power, generates an electric field that can pass through various materials, including drywall or granite, so
it can be embedded in a wall or mounted beneath a countertop as well as be used in its provided stand. Recognized gestures include side-to-side waves,
up-and-down waves, and circles. More information at Fibaro.com.