Music indeed has a soul – at least, that’s what this new device gives a glimpse of. After designing a myriad of intriguing models, Sam Stringleman has now strengthened his rich portfolio with the latest MP3 Player. Ask about the highlight, and its inspiration from a popular song will treat you as an answer.
Well, the beautiful music player stands distinguished for a sturdy yet unique chassis that reflects symphony from the song Dark/Light by John Frusicante. Instead of focusing on a futuristic aesthetic, the device reveals a more sculptural, artistic appeal and showcases an intrinsic reflection of nature. The headphone port, on the other hand, has been crafted using fired Porcelain paper clay. A rotationally symmetrical shape is what just perks up the overall appearance later.
Enclosed in an extremely innovative framework, the concept brings something which music aficionados would have never experienced before. More than amazingly, the song-inspired player invites listeners to touch its structure for an emotional connection to get activated. Though, sounds so not heard of. We are also not sure how exactly would ‘touching’ establish a connection between the two.
But reportedly, the music device will basically sense the warmth of your hand through a porcelain component and will accordingly play a track based on that information. Ok, we give thumbs up for this one! Nevertheless, the maker is yet to divulge details on the system’s precise frequency and sensitivity levels.
Likewise, the pricing and availability remain under wraps too. Meanwhile, you can appreciate the music player’s beauty and unique inspiration from the song. But, do you think John Frusicante would be housing this one to lend an ear to his favorite songs? Well, guess we should better leave that on time to decide.