The Cell Alpha Speaker is a spherical sound system solution that will fit in well with the aesthetic preferences of interior design aficionados to help them enjoy audio at their leisure in a stylish way.
The speaker was developed by former Apple designer Christopher Stringer, and highlights a balance between function and form when it comes to audio equipment. The speaker has a spherical shape along with a mirror-like surface on the exterior that makes use of an object-based sonic architecture that will enable users to hear, see and even touch sounds.
The Cell Alpha Speaker doesn't feature dedicated front, back, left or right sides in order to make it as functional as possible for placement anywhere in a living space to immerse users completely in the audio.
The Cell Alpha Speaker is Posh, Precision and Futuristic
1. Object-based Sonic Architecture - Developing sound systems that use object-based sonic architecture can appeal to design aficionados as it can produce an immersive audio experience in a stylish way.
2. Balance of Function and Form - Designing audio equipment that emphasizes a balance of function and form can attract consumers who value both style and performance.
3. Spherical Audio Systems - Creating spherical audio systems can offer disruptive innovation opportunities for audio equipment manufacturers as it provides a unique aesthetic and functional design for audio systems.
1. Interior Design - Integrating object-based sonic architecture in sound systems can create new opportunities for interior designers as they can offer stylish yet functional audio solutions for their clients.
2. Audio Equipment Manufacturing - Focusing on designing audio equipment with a balance of function and form can give audio equipment manufacturers a competitive edge in appealing to consumers who value both style and performance in their audio systems.
3. Home Automation - Combining spherical audio systems and object-based sonic architecture with home automation technologies can offer innovative solutions for home entertainment and audio experiences.