The remote controller is intended for use in gaming or to power digital tools, such as drones, and functions by translating a user's gestures into commands.
Customisable pressure buttons invite users to set up gestures to trigger certain actions, while its modular composition allows the controller to be used as a single, one-handed device or combined with various attachments.
According to Biel, enabling a user to personalise its function in this way caters for quicker reaction times.
Fenics was developed by Biel while studying the Royal College of Art's MA Design Products programme, during which he answered a brief set by OPPO London Design Centre – the design hub of global technology company OPPO.
"Fenics is a multi-purpose controller system that, starting from one-handed use, can be expanded with multiple compatible modules and attachments to control devices and digital tools," said OPPO London Design Centre.
"Fenics is designed to translate user gestures and tactile force based on 3D input to different functionalities."
Global technology company OPPO is presenting seven people-centric projects by five Royal College of Art students that were developed in collaboration with its design hub, OPPO London Design Centre.
The five featured students were among eight of those mentored by the global technology company while studying the MA Design Products programme, during which they answered a brief entitled Humanising Technology.
See OPPO's selection of projects from the OPPO x RCA Humanising Technology collaboration here.