We appreciate it when public restrooms have "no touch" faucets and soap dispensers (when they work, that is). So we're excited to see that the concept has been improved upon in the Miscea. The Miscea is a motion sensitive faucet that lets you control soap, water temperature, water flow, and even hand sanitizer or lotion without touching one part of the sink. The faucet is controlled by a glass ring that's positioned perpendicular to the faucet's spigot. When you put your hand under the faucet, water begins, and as you move your hand to the right or left, you can adjust its temperature. The soap and sanitizer dispensers make up the top two fifths of the ring; as you swipe your hand by each of the faucet's five sections a different color LEDshines onto your hand so you know what you're asking for, even in the dark.
As far as we can tell, the German company that invented the Miscea hasn't made it available to the public. Their Jet Towel, however, is for sale in Europe: the motion sensitive hand dryer supposedly does its job in ten seconds compared to the traditional 20-30.