The Perceptive Radio is a domestic-style radio object that analyses and processes local data — using analogue electronics and sensors – in addition to web-based data.
In this scenario, the user is settling down to a cosy evening listening to the radio. They stoke their fire and turn off bright lights in the room. The change in light levels in the room causes the radio to adjust the EQ levels, cutting most of the treble, to make a more relaxing listening experience.
Part of The Perceptive Radio: where Perceptive Media meets the Internet of Things, a project by Mudlark for BBC R&D.
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