Prizm knows what music you like, and wants to fit the mood
Our music helps shape our mood. When we’re feeling sad, we listen to somber music, because listening to k-pop just won’t do. Of course, when you don’t know what you want to listen to, you may put your playlist on shuffle until you hear something you like. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could choose what songs you liked or didn’t like without having to look at your phone or computer?
The Prizm is a learning device that will help make sure you’re always getting the music that fits your mood. All you need to do is hook this up to a speaker, and link it to your favorite music streaming service. Of course, this can always pull from your personal library if you’d prefer. Over time, this will learn if you like to listen to classical in the morning, rock in the afternoon, and jazz in the evenings, or whatever other combination suits you. After a while, it can even start playing as soon as you enter a room as it will link to your smartphone to tell it’s you. Of course, if you have roommates, it will also pull from their playlists as well and try and find a happy medium for you all.
There’s an audio sensor on the front that can sense what the current feel of the room is. It’s not going to play mellow tunes if you have twelve people over on a Saturday night at 11pm. There are three listening modes on Prizm, one that will look for new music, one that will only pull from your personal library, and a mixture of both. The only controls on the prizm are the volume slider, like, and skip buttons. Should you have interest in having a device to help you find music you want to listen to, you’ll be looking at spending $119.
Available for crowdfunding on Kickstarter