Table Chooses Music Based On What You’re Drinking

Table Chooses Music Based On What You’re Drinking
Design

The device uses machine learning to improve the atmosphere during various social situations

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 29 september 2017

The Classyfier, a smart table created by Benedict Hubener, Stephanie Lee and Kelvyn Marte at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, can figure out what you and your friends are drinking and choose a playlist designed to enhance the mood of your gathering.

The table has a built-in microphone that picks up on surrounding sounds and matches those sounds against a catalog of possibilities. Whether the beverages it detects are wine, beer or hot drinks, the Classyfier will choose a particular playlist suited to the situation.

If you don’t like a song the table chooses, simply knock on it to skip to the next track. The goal of the project was to build a device that is capable of using machine learning to identify sounds and react appropriately.

Classyfier

The Classyfier, a smart table created by Benedict Hubener, Stephanie Lee and Kelvyn Marte at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, can figure out what you and your friends are drinking and choose a playlist designed to enhance the mood of your gathering.

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