Designed by Michael Young, the EOps i24R3 Wireless Gesture Controlled Multi Room Speaker System, which offers support for iPod, iPhones and even the iMac (allowing for wireless audio streaming), has just been unveiled at the Tokyo Designer’s Week event.
Sporting a high gloss white an aluminium design, the EOps i24R3 Wireless Gesture Controlled Multi Room Speaker System comes with a ‘bass dock’ consisting of a Universal Dock for iPods and iPhones mounted in a unit that also houses a 4” subwoofer rated at 40W paired with wireless 3” satellite speakers, rated at 20W apiece, all of which feature motion sensors allowing the user to control the EOps i24R3’s volume settings merely ‘brushing your hands past’ the units (both the speakers and the base unit) whilst additional settings, such as equalizer sound effects can also be controlled in similar contact-free fashion.
Ad into the equation a remote and a 2.4GHz wireless USB dongle that allows you to wirelessly hook up your iMac or PC to stream music directly to the i24R3, as well as the units minimalist aesthetics, and the resulting package adds up to one of, if not the, most desirable iPod/iPhone docking stations that we’ve ever set eyes on and, far from being a concept, the EOps i24R3 Wireless Gesture Controlled Multi Room Speaker System is set for release sometime in 2009 – though, at this time, unit pricing remains user wraps (safe to say it won’t be cheap).
According to my view this is very unique and modern product which is easy to use and very econoimical. A lot of qualities are hidden in this product.