Unveiled at CES 2016, the Prizm music player is a streaming device that is intuitive to users' tastes. Syncing with Soundcloud or Deezer platforms, the device is described as a "music brain." This streaming device can be connected to any speaker and recognizes the mood and sounds of a specific place.
Creating a personalized experience for users, the device curates a playlist based on a room's overall mood. For example, if a room is quiet, Prizm will likely play some ambient tunes as opposed to louder party tracks when more movement and noise is detected.
With 35 million titles in its library, the Prizm music player suggests new songs to users and lets them remember these tracks with the click of a button. When tapped, these chosen songs are saved automatically to a web music channel like Soundcloud or Deezer.
The Prizm Music Player Will Be Unveiled at CES 2016
Jana Pijak — January 7, 2016 — Tech