Monday, 2 July 2012
RCA graduate Eunhee Jo has created a sound system with an embedded tactile interactive surface, which responds to touch. By pushing the concave fabric control panel the user can skip tracks, adjust the volume or adapt the equaliser.
"As you control the functions, the left surface physically responds to the controls. [The] tactile surface also responds to the beat of the music," says Jo. WGSN-homebuildlife subscribers can read more about the role of tactility in everyday experience in our recent report, Sensational handles, and can see another example of a newly-developed tactile interface here.