prizm uses algorithms to determine music for everyone listening
 
prizm uses algorithms to determine music for everyone listening prizm uses algorithms to determine music for everyone listening
jan 11, 2016

prizm uses algorithms to determine music for everyone listening

prizm uses algorithms to determine music for everyone listening 
all images courtesy of prizm

 

 

 

exhibited at CES 2016, the prizm is a fresh kind of music player listeners can plug to any speakers, and identify who is in the room, what their music preferences are and the current mood. it reinvents the way we listen to music at home and is easy to use. the music starts automatically based on the tastes of people in the room and is adapted to the identified context, for example, an evening with friends or a romantic dinner.

 


an introduction to prizm
video courtesy of prizm

 

 

 

music fans no longer need to use their computer or smartphone to browse an app, or a website and think about what they want to listen to. prizm itself recognizes the right music according to tastes and listening habits.

prizm-music-player-CES-2016-designboom-02the prizm music player is shaped on three side with LED lighting

 

 

 

it’s algorithms take advantage of the abundance of streaming platform catalogs. once connected to speakers, through either a 3.5 mm jack, optical cable or bluetooth, and a streaming account, prizm browses millions of titles to find. it automatically detects people in the room via their smartphone or connected wristbands and analyzes the ambient atmosphere, taking into account the day, hour and sound volume.

 

‘we believe that the listening experience is deeply linked to the context,’ describes prizm’s CEO pierre gochgarian. ‘we do not want to listen to the same music when we are doing housework for example or when we we have friends over than when we are alone or with our better half.’

prizm-music-player-CES-2016-designboom-03the rear connectors prizm-music-player-CES-2016-designboom-04it automatically detects people in the room via their smartphone or connected wristbands

prizm-music-player-CES-2016-designboom-05it connects to speakers, through either a 3.5 mm jack, optical cable or bluetooth prizm-music-player-CES-2016-designboom-06the prizm takes into account the day, hour and sound volume prizm-music-player-CES-2016-designboom-07the music player at night

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