An Office Music Democratizer

An Office Music Democratizer
technology

The interaction design team at Breakfast NY has built a prototype system for making music in shared work spaces more participatory.

Kyle Studstill
  • 4 november 2010

Interaction design firm Breakfast NY has built a prototype music control system for shared work spaces that have music playing in the background. Instead of relying on individual users responsible for the music being played, the participatory system is built to trigger likes/dislikes within Last.fm and Pandora, featuring large wall-mounted buttons that anyone can go up to and press.

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