Sound idea

The Hidden Radio prototype looks like a deodorant stick; raise the cap to adjust the volume, twist it to change the channel, or push it back down to turn it off. While it might be just a little too minimalist–how do you know what station you’re hearing, or switch between AM and FM?–it’s certainly an interesting model of technology that requires no specific visual or linguistic capabilities to operate.

Electricpig: Hidden Radio is too cool for buttons

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