Sony is showcasing its most recent associated device, yet it’s not simply one more bit of plastic. It’s a speaker, yet it has no conventional drive units. It’s a light that plays music through glass. Sony calls it the Symphonic Light Speaker.
Here’s a bedside lamp from Sony that’s designed to look like an old lantern. It doesn’t just contain an LED bulb inside, there’s also a speaker so you can stream music to it. Sound and light are remotely controlled through an app on your smartphone. Is this a clever design to help render our technology invisible, or a pointless union of lamp and speaker? If you don’t like the fixture there’s an LED bulb speaker, too. No word on pricing or availability just yet.
The speakers sound clear and deliver room filling sound much obliged, Sony says, to the organization’s “vertical drive framework,” which pushes sound waves through the glass. The sound is available, inquisitive to hear how the Symphonic Light Speaker sounds when pushed loaded with something other than light and fleecy artist lyricist melodies. The LED light speaker blends are a piece of the organization’s Life Space UX display at CES, which is proposed to showcase how we can make a greater amount of the spaces we live in without adjusting their feel them fundamentally. It’s the compelling artwork of concealing contraptions in furniture.
Still, the innovation is something unquestionably get a kick out of the chance to see developed..