Tok Tak Plug Plays Music

Tok Tak Plug Plays Music

The Tok Tak is certainly one of the most basic and smallest MP3 player concepts we’ve seen. The entire device looks like a standard audio jack, in fact that’s pretty much what it is. The plug dangles from your earphones when used on the go. People might mistake you for crazy walking around with what looks like earbuds attached to nothing but they’d be wrong.

0 Designer: Tae-wan Kim

Keeping Earphones Tidy

Keeping Earphones Tidy

Earphones can be a pain since they magically tangle no matter how neatly you pack them. This earphone concept by Jaehyung Hong keeps things tidy by running the cables thru a small plastic lanyard with integrated controls. When your earphones aren’t in use, just roll them up, pop the earbuds into the slot and you’re good to go.

0 Designer: Jaehyung Hong

Waking Up To Your MP3 Player

Waking Up To Your MP3 Player

Here is the YOM, your typical clock radio alarm with an atypical USB dock for your MP3 player. Instead of waking up to the radio or some blaring noise, why not plug your USB stick loaded with your favorite tunes? You can set which songs to wake up to via the touch sensitive controls.

0 Designer: Philipp Goeder

Percuss Beats On Your Lap

Percuss Beats On Your Lap

People like to express themselves by sharing their emotions with others. Music is used as one of the most significant measures of communicating one’s feelings. Lapbeat is a digital percussion instrument that can be played anywhere, in any position, and at anytime.

0 Designer: Lee Dong Chul & Tamy Lee

Tea-time FM Radio

Tea-time FM Radio

This is a study in radical simplification of interface. This radio reflects a simple metaphor of a cup with a tea bag. To turn on the radio, the user grabs the antenna of the radio and pulls it out. At the same time the volume are adjusted this way, the higher you pull out, the louder it becomes. To change radio station, simply turn the antenna.

0 Designer: Duck Young Kong

iRing Controls Your iPod

iRing Controls Your iPod

With a stylish design and wireless Bluetooth connectivity with your iPod and iPhone, the iRing allows you to control playback and volume on any of your Apple media devices. iRing features a bright OLED status display with touch-sensitive function strip, and a rechargeable battery life of up to 2 days.

0 Designer: Victor Soto

It Was A Rock Lobster

It Was A Rock Lobster

Anytime I can get one of the best lyrics from the B52′s into a blog post, I’m there. I’m not just pulling this out of thin air tho. This multimedia device is called the Lobster and if you squint really hard, the segmented pieces sorta look like a lobster’s tail.

0 Designer: Danilo Mangini

Anything Can Be An MP3 Player

Anything Can Be An MP3 Player

The tie clip MP3 player is exactly what is says, a tie clip MP3 player. What’s a tie clip? For shame! A tie clip is a simple clasp or clip used to keep the two dangling ends of a tie together. Sometimes it’s even clipped to the dress shirt underneath so your tie won’t move. Now, throw in a single line LCD, some simple play/stop controls, and a little flash memory and you’ve got yourself a tie clip MP3 player.

0 Designer: Jin Woo Han

M-toy MP3 Player For Kids Confounds

M-toy MP3 Player For Kids Confounds

M-toy is a new type MP3 music Player for kids. Most often and not, kids love to draw pictures. In this new interface the OLED display shows multiple distorted images. Spinning the display helps reveal what that image is and if it’s correctly identified, the music starts to play thru the integrated speakers.

0 Designer: Sung-kyu Nam

Speaker Chair

Speaker Chair

When furniture is fused with high tech kit the results are often about as comfortable and stylish as sandpaper g-string. But the new Speaker Chair by designer Pinju Chen defies the norm with its charmingly curvaceous lines and comfy interior cushion, which sent us from nought to napping in only a few seconds… until we were suddenly awoken by some beefy rock riffs.

0 Designer: Pinju Chen

Dual Music Player That Plays Your MP3 Collection & Your CDs

Dual Music Player That Plays Your MP3 Collection & Your CDs

You want to enjoy your audio CDs while traveling but you also have a huge MP3 collection at home that you want to take with you. The ideal solution? DMP, a portable music player that supports CD and MP3 files. Use the MP3 player as you normally would, hang it around your neck, clip it on your jeans or place it in your pocket. Otherwise open both sides and insert your favorite CD and you got yourself a CD player my friend. Now that’s music to my ears.

0 Designer: Yong-Seong Kim

Trackball Player

Trackball Player

Who needs buttons when you have a trackball? Yes the good ole’ trackball, often dismissed as yesterday’s technology but perhaps we can find a place for it in today’s touchscreen crazed devices. The Ball Player works like every other MP3 player except for one minor, or not so minor, difference.

0 Designer: Dae-Ki Hong

Dimple - Portable Music Player

Dimple – Portable Music Player

Dimple challenges the conventional “human touch” technology by grafting subconscious instinctive human behavior onto technology. In the pursuit of designing a sensitive feedback for the human senses, we designed an intricate form of a dimpled depression, creating an almost unconscious but sensual occurrence of human nature to reach out for a unique element that titillates the fingertips subtly.

0 Designer: Priscilla Lui