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Future Speakers

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Description

Future Speaker: Flying Speaker control by using hand gesture and spoken commands.

High fidelity sound + Hand gesture Sensor + Drone


Control and interact with the speaker without need for controller, by using hand gesture and spoken commands (Hi-Fi sound & built in Mic)


Features:


1-Two class-D digital amplifiers perfectly tuned to match the speaker drivers and acoustic architecture


2-Using hand gesture sensor


3-Multi-array Microphone (Microphones to cancel out ambient noise and pinpoint where you are in the room)


4-Tweeter creates a crisp and clear high frequency response.


5-Adjustable bass and treble controls let you customize your sound.


6-16 hours of continuous play time.


7-LED indicates status and mute status.


8-WiFi and Bluetooth: Connects to your Wi-Fi network for wireless streaming.


9-Product finish: Black with black grille; White with graphite grille.


10-Rain & generally any other liquid proof


11-Ethernet Port: One 110/100 Mbps Ethernet port. Wire directly to router to operate speakers if Wi-Fi is unstable, or use the Ethernet port to provide Internet accessibility to non-wireless devices if you are using BOOST setup.


12-Get the most out of your speakers just with your hand gesture

Hand Gesture Sensor detection:

A-Infrared Optics(A projector and sensor map over 48 points on the human body)

B-RGB Camera & Infera-red Camera (The camera combines with the 3D map)


13-The intelligent detects not only simple moves, but combinations of moves as well. The high-resolution sensor interprets the most complex commands.


14-Instantly respond to you

Don’t need to push any button. With hand gesture sensor control the speaker and you will be surprised by the power of your hand.


15- 360 Motion sensors to detect obstacles and avoid hitting them when on flaying

Obstacle Avoidance combined with sensor redundancy increases flight safety and reliability


16-Rather than having to place a speaker down, or having to move it from place to place depending on where you want to hear music, this speaker could fly.


17-Folds down as small as a bottle of water, making it small enough to bring with you everywhere


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Nice work!

over 1 year ago
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Reza Parsa
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