Toy-Inspired Interaction Design

Toy-Inspired Interaction Design
technology

The Q2 radio does not have any buttons, but instead relies on the user moving it in different positions to control it.

Naresh Kumar
  • 1 december 2010

The Q2 Internet Radio is a minimalistic music gadget that connects to a computer to play any radio stations streaming on the Internet. This cube-shaped radio does not have any buttons, but instead relies on the user moving it in different positions-tilting its front face controls its volume while tipping it over onto another side changes the stations (it has four preset stations at any given time). Wanna mute it? Simple place the speaker face down. The Q2 runs on a li-ion battery and offers high quality audio playback, which can also be enjoyed with a headphone.

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