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Control Music By Swiping Hands Across This Fabric Speaker [Video]

Control Music By Swiping Hands Across This Fabric Speaker [Video]
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Interactive device responds to simple touches and gestures.

Yi Chen
  • 2 july 2012


Tangible Textural Interface (TTI) is a new type of sound system that that embeds a tactile surface. The interactive system allows users to rub their hands and fingers across the fabric to control the music. Unlike conventional materials such as plastic or glass, TTI adds a softer and more personal appeal to an electronic device.

With a few simple gestures, users can adjust the volume, select the equalizer, and skip tracks just by touching the speakers. TTI was created by product designer Eun Hee Jo, who has also created other textured gadgets such as the Fabric Mouse.

Watch the video below to see a demonstration of TTI.

Eun Hee Jo

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