The Jo Eunhee ‘Tangible Textural Interface’ is Fabric-Made

By: Vivian Lau - Published: Jul 15, 2012 • References: eunheejo & fastcodesign
The Jo Eunhee ‘Tangible Textural Interface’ stereo technology makes touchscreen application look like a thing of the past.

This concept works by using your fingers to push into the button’s fabric. The crater-like space allows free movement of your fingers to send different commands. Like on a laptop’s trackpad, different finger configurations and combinations see different results—which is the basis of changing settings like bass, volume and tracks on this unique stereo. Adjusting such features by applying pressure will prompt light-up notifications that let you know what setting you are changing. Thankfully, this concept comes with aesthetic consideration as well. The Korean designer has created a minimalist design that screams the epitome of both luxury and quality.

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