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The P.A.C.O. Bluetooth Speaker Relies on Genstures to Operate

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: digitalhabits.it & design-milk
Look about the continuous rock-like surface of the P.A.C.O. Bluetooth Speaker and tell me, do you see any buttons? This contemporary sound system doesn't have any, yet the way to interact with it is much easier and more intuitive than most might find with dials and knobs.

Cast in concrete, the device has a clean and contemporary look about it; it's got an industrial aesthetic quality with character. You'll see that a round opening on one side accommodates the exposure of the loudspeaker and a nice wooden panel caps it. On this timber top, you'll notice a dark-colored dash -- this houses a pair of sensors. The Digital Habit(s) P.A.C.O. Bluetooth Speaker is controlled entirely by hand movements over this area, enabling you to play, pause, skip songs and adjust the music volume with taps and swipes. Stats for Tactile Concrete Speakers Trending: Older & Average
Traction: 7,455 clicks in 56 w
Interest: 2.5 minutes
Concept: P.A.C.O. Bluetooth Speaker
Related: 98 examples / 75 photos
Segment: Neutral, 12-55+
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