Usually speakers need their separate space to be used, but VisualSonic is about to change that. Combining visual art and music in one, these painting-like frames hide speakers inside artwork. This means these music devices won’t require any extra space in your room. Just mount them on a wall like an art piece, and making musical aspect visually invisible.
Billed as the world’s thinnest musical device, the artwork with a speaker system is just 25 millimeters thick. It serves as an audio system via a Bluetooth TWS codec. Hosts can control the invisible speakers through their smartphones or other devices to play music without drawing any attention to itself.
This means your guests will not be able to figure out where you’ve kept your music system. Moreover, it features a rechargeable battery pack that will provide up to six hours of use per charge. So, you can enjoy music during a party constantly for six hours on a single charge.
The double-duty unit also keeps your space looking minimal without having to sacrifice extra space with additional equipment. Another thing that makes it totally stand out from rest of the music devices is that it comes in a variety of different artwork designs to match your style.
Currently, VisualSonic is seeking funds on Kickstarter for an initial target of about HK$100,000 (approx. US$12,794). A pledge HK$759 (approx. US$97) or more will help you secure an early bird special VisualSonic and you may expect the delivery by January 2018.
Special thanks to Stephen Lam, founder of Digital Oasis & creator of VisualSonic, for sharing the details with us.
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