‘Spectrum' Makes In-Home Interaction Way Too Convenient

By: Alexandra Choli - Published: Feb 20, 2009 • References: wernerhelmich.nl & concept-phones
Childhood years are often saturated with loud calls and piercing speech exchanges among family members throughout the house. If you thought that was frustrating, consider employing an effortless way to communicate more quietly. This is the daunting aim of Spectrum, a cordless mode of communication that offers the occupants hassle-free interaction among the different rooms of their residence.

Designed by Werner Helmich, the concept introduces a tempting design that boasts the state-of-the-art technology of CAT-iq. The most daunting part of the Spectrum design is just how easy it makes keeping tabs on kids for parents. If it could also work outside the house, it would be a parent’s favorite gadget to terrorize their children! Stats for Futuristic Intercoms Trending: Older & Chilly
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