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    Sonic Emotional Pulse of Music concept exposes spinning disc

    I have seen a lot of home stereos that have a clear cover letting you see the CD or DVD spinning around inside it. This Sonic Emotional Pulse of Music concept takes that idea a bit further and exposes half the disk completely.


    I don’t think that this would ever pass safety inspectors in the US, I can see some kid touching the spinning CD and being cut. Still, the design is cool and each of the EQ round dots is actually a small speaker.As the music plays the speakers and blue EQ line would move around with the music.

    The remote for the device is touch sensitive and touch controls are on the base of the player for controlling playback. I like the design; I just don’t think it’s practical.

    Via : Slash Gear

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