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Minimalist Radio

Discussion in 'Style' started by imported_b0b, Jan 17, 2005.

  1. imported_b0b

    imported_b0b Guest

    The Mouseradio is a fully functioning radio without buttons. The idea was to use the mouse navigation and to implement it in a radio. Moving the radio vertically changes the volume, moving the radio on the horizontal axis changes the frequency being tuned to. The radio is on, when the black speaker points up in the air.
  2. SteveAustin

    SteveAustin Veteran Member

    Joined: Mar 12, 2002 Messages: 7,042 Likes Received: 2
    pretty interesting concept.
    I think a little more time could have gone into the design of it. looks kinda eh.
  3. That's pretty badass... would I need like a 20' shelf to get the entire frequency range?

    Also, if I make it do somersaults, can I get XM?