Rock While You Roll

The first of its kind, MUZE is a rockin’ twist on portable audio that merges a longboard and wireless radio for a truly unique skateboarding experience! Built in to the stylish wood deck is a Bluetooth enabled speaker that streams your favorite tunes while you ride. Users can also set it to automatically change the vibe to match the various environments they pass on their trip. See it in action after the jump!

Designer: So-Hee Woo

Muze: Interactive Longboard Radio from So-Hee Woo on Vimeo.


  • Advisorboard says:

    The idea is a good one. The sound will reflect off the floor and reach the rider. I can’t account for the fidelity of the audio though. I guess it’s one of those concepts that will get better with time. Kudos, designer.

  • corey says:

    How would one perform stunts with the speakers below the board? I understand that skateboarders usually slide down staircase railings by resting the bottom of their board on the railing handles. Wouldn’t that damage the speaker?

  • Stone69Conv says:

    This is already designed as a graduation project at the design academy Eindhoven.

  • Designer says:

    Didn’t know it was! Link it, I’d love to see it!

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