Created using 3D scans of the actual prop used on the original Star Trek series, this phaser remote control will be officially revealed at ThinkGeek’s San Diego Comic Con booth next week.
The learning remote will control of IR-based devices using up to 36 stored commands. The device relies solely on motion gestures for its functions. Any motion you can think of—as long as they’re all relatively unique—can be used to control volume, change channels, or start a recording.
The phaser remote also includes authentic sound effects, vibrating force feedback, and the ability to lock out other users with a private passcode. It’s expected to be available in November for around $150.