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Inventor designs raindrop MP3 projector

Saturday, March 28, 2009

An inventor has designed a wacky MP3 player that does away with a traditional LCD screen in favour of a projection system.

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The Music Drop player, so named because of its raindrop shape, casts track names, artist details and play progress onto surrounding surfaces, from walls and to palms. Oddly, the text’s projected in a spiral shape – which will surely make it hard to read.

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Chinese designer Gowoon Jeong said he ditched a traditional LCD screen to help keep the Music Drop’s size down and to make it easier for people to see music information. He also claimed that the projection method gives... ahem... an “unexpected pleasure”.

The MP3 player has iPod-style buttons for skipping through tracks, rewinding and fast-forwarding. It looks like tracks are loaded onto the device through a micro USB connection, with the player suspended around your neck. Source: RegHardware

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