Band-Aid Music Player Sticks It To Ya’

Band-Aid Music Player Sticks It To Ya’

A concept imagines how human body heat could power MP3 players by sticking them on your skin.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 25 november 2010

The next step in MP3 technology could see music players embedded in Band-Aids. Designers Chih-Wei Wang & Shou-His Fu imagine that rhese super thin stick-on devices don’t contain batteries, but rather, are powered by human body heat. The Skinny Player will house a single album, with play and pause buttons located in the “pad” of the Band-Aid, and flexible speakers in the wings or flaps will broadcast the music.

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