Designer Chris Patty may have won Christmas. This year, his family decided all the gifts they gave each other had to be handmade. He decided to make his dad a fancy jukebox with some classic tunes inside.
It all started when David Prouty’s daughter challenged him to make something out of recycled boxes for the Doctor Who 50th anniversary. Not one to pass on a challenge, David set out to create something unique.
There are lots of different ways of sharing your music. This idea, created by Andrew Pairman of the Digital Interaction Design at the University of Dundee, is definitely unique. Each user has a wooden token that contains an RFID chip, on which you’ll find a personalized playlist.
If you’re into classic arcade games, you might want to check out this new home arcade gaming system from DreamAuthentics.
Each Katana personal arcade system is custom assembled, so you can pick your own selection of console graphics and marquees, as well as the control scheme.