When the remote control met the wand.
*David gest naked*
I hope your imagination isn't too great, cause
I may have just ruined your day.
This was featured on dragons den not that long ago, and if it had all of them fighting over it, it's most certainly worth a look at. So let's see how it works!
The magic wand uses sensors to recognize when the user is executing a command. For example, you can flick it left to right, up or down and even rotate it. There are 13 gestures in total and all of these can be 'taught' to any sort of infrared remote control. Sounds complicated but teaching it is a piece of very dorky, Harry Potter cake.
Being able to program it to any infrared device is very cool. If you are high tech enough to have remote control lights, why not add a bit of jazz to it at night and flick on your lights like a modern-day pixie. You may not look cool, in your pink spandex tights and fairy wings but hey, at least youre having fun.
You can pick the magic wand remote control up for around 40 pounds.