In a move to add a physical connection to the artists we listen to, Matt Brown has created a prototype design for a interchangeable RFID radio system.

In the age of digital music, how we interface with the ethereal, non-physical format of a file like an mp3 can add character and depth to the music listening experience.

In a move to add a physical connection to the artists we listen to, Matt Brown has created a prototype design for a interchangeable RFID radio system. Differently styled paper radios would have an RFID tag attached to them. When they're placed over speakers with RFID readers, a unique radio station would be activated.

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