The Origami Remote is actually made of paper and has nothing to do with UMPCs. Responding to market research claiming children fear early experiences with remotes (call that natural selection), this prototype was built in a week's time, and was recently exhibited at the Work in Progress Show in London. Controls are (purposefully) limited to up/down channel and volume, keeping the interface simple for the demographic. Here's hoping the TV inputs were correct to start with.
As soon as they release an eight device universal dragon battling a wizard version, count me in.
An Origami remote [we make money not art]