Quite often, efforts to mimic the unique form of an object in order to produce one with a completely different function result in utter aesthetic and operational failures. But not the Dora CD Player. It was physically modeled by Jeong Yong on the structure and mechanics of a world globe, and many of these particular physical aspects allow a modern boombox to do its job in a revolutionary way.
A thick circular component houses a disc reader in the back and a round speaker on the front. This unit fits snugly into a 23.4-degree angled axis that allows the gadget to be pivoted to preference. The user can easily adjust the direction of the music's projection by spinning this part of the Dora CD Player for lateral and diagonal shifts.
The Dora CD Player Allows for the Clever Rotation of Sound Emission
Amelia Roblin — May 23, 2012 — Art & Design