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RFID Media Player Controls Interaction With Physical Objects

RFID Media Player Controls Interaction With Physical Objects
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An innovative tactile media player uses wireless sensors to control digital processes.

Naresh Kumar
  • 24 may 2010

The Oslo School of Architecture and Design has created Skål, a media player that lets users interact with digital media using physical objects. Skål comes in the form of a bowl in which a range of physical objects can be placed to play back related media on the TV. It is made out of solid oak, and uses a wireless sensor to detect RFID tags attached to individual objects that are placed in the bowl. Skål can play all kinds of digital media such as movie-clips, Youtube channels and Flickr photo streams.

Watch a video demo below:


Skål from timo on Vimeo.

Skål

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