Flexible and transparent player of the future

mac-funamizu-playerFamous designer Mac Funamizu provide transparent and resilient player that can be worn on the hand as a bracelet or watch.

The player has many interesting features – the sound from headphones is transmitted  wireless and its main feature is the flexible casing which acts as a touch panel controls and screen for viewing images and video. Also, the device is equipped with built-in microphone which you can use for voice commands.

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The lucent screens are flexible to be transformed into a device you can put in your pocket.Wear it around your wrist, just like a watch. It also works as a watch.

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By default, it’s transparent, but when you want to make it stand out, just change the colors/patterns or use your favorite photo on the background.

Heart beat can also be detected with the built-in censor.mac-funamizu-player-features

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It should be noted that the device has a visual sensor for measuring pulse. Unfortunately, no information on the date of appearance and price of the new device.

Source: Behance Network

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