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.
Pottering and moving about in one room: making a cup of tea.
In this scenario, the user is moving around the kitchen, boiling the kettle, collecting mugs and milk whilst they listen to the radio. As they move away from the radio, the volume changes so that the user can hear a consistent volume level at all times.
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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