Designer invents speaker system that emits color, light and scent according to the music
Over time, our music listening habits have gone through a radical change. Now a days, music is not listened as a primary activity but more often as a background thing while performing other actions. That’s why Joris Petterson, a young designer specializing in design research and product design has developed an advanced speaker system. A 2014 graduate of Design Academy Eindhoven, Joris points out that music is more than just sound, it is an experience and it’s like an atmosphere. Shaped like an old-fashioned gramophone, the Mood of Music transparent speaker system not only produces sound, but also emits color, light and scent in accordance with the selected tunes and theme. The device enhances the music experience by stimulating various senses of the listener.
You can control the speaker wirelessly from your smartphone, laptop or tablet and play the music you like. ‘Mood of Music’ uses metadata that is linked with the music files to produce outputs. Thus, by analyzing the image file attached to a song or an album cover, it can select colors accordingly. You can also order individual scents online and install them as per your personal fondness.