You'd Never Have to Fumble For the Light Switch Again With These Painted Walls

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However dubious you are about the science backing up On/Off's paint, you can't argue against its sheer innovation. Suitable for all surfaces, it lets you control the lighting with just a touch, and can even be covered over with wallpaper.

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That touch can be anywhere on the wall, or if you'd rather keep the light switch confined to just a strip running at mid-height on the wall, that's possible too. It could be useful in children's rooms, or as DVICE suggests, all over the house for drunken fools. [APCI via PSFK via DVICE]

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Trolland Rhodes

I have a few touch-dimmers in my house (mine are bare metal but they come in white, beige, and probably other colours as well.) I imagine you could use a conductive paint connected to one of those, then paint or wallpaper over it and it'd work.

I just wouldn't want grime on my walls from touching them all the time. Switches are easily wiped off, painted walls not so much.