Parents often struggle with finding a balance between entertaining their kids with tools from the real and digital world, so one company, called MuuseLabs, is attempting to make this choice a little easier through offering a screen-free music player that was designed with kids in mind.
The device, called Jooki features playful figurines, which serve as a menu bar as each object is connected to a playlist. The playlists are controlled through a smart device that's managed by the parents, effectively merging the online and offline world, while ensuring a child remains screen-free.
According to the device's founder, Jooki provides children with the freedom and autonomy to independently search through and listen to their favorite songs, without requiring the help of their parents.
Muuselabs' Jooki Presents a Screen-Free Alternative
1. Screen-free Kids Devices - The trend of screen-free music players like Jooki offers opportunities for developing similar devices such as books or games.
2. Child-friendly Playlists - The trend of curated music playlists for children offers opportunities for developing customizable music playlists for other age groups, such as seniors or people with disabilities.
3. Parental Control Devices - The trend of smart devices managed by parents offers opportunities for developing similar devices for other aspects of child-rearing, such as monitoring homework assignments or daily schedules.
1. Childcare Industry - The trend of screen-free music players for children can disrupt the traditional childcare industry by offering alternative forms of entertainment.
2. Music Industry - The trend of child-friendly playlists can disrupt the traditional music industry by offering opportunities to curate music for underserved demographics.
3. Education Industry - The trend of parental control devices can disrupt the traditional education industry by offering innovative ways for parents to monitor and engage with their child's education.