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Interactive Speaker is Controlled With Gestures

Created by France-based designer Jc Karich, the 'Soundsitive' speaker is a unique, interactive speaker that functions both as a speaker and as its own remote control using gestures. With a simple upward or downward motion above the object, users are able to control its volume, while a quick swipe will skip to the next track in the playlist.

Created with an aluminum interior and a wooden exterior, Soundsitive features quite a minimal design. If you check out the video below, you can see that the speaker also physically rises with the adjustment of the volume. Being a single speaker with such a design, it probably isn't going to have the best sound quality and listening experience, but the gesture controls would be a nice and simple way to switch things up.