Inspired by retro and vintage designs of speakers, Cornucopia is a conceptual Bluetooth speaker designed by Charlotte Teneza, a design student at Victoria University of Wellington. This playful speaker looks like gramophone from its appearance. For kids who don’t know what a gramophone is, it’s what people used to listen to records in the olden days of the 1800s.
The main feature of the speaker is that by placing headphones, any headphones, on the wooden hook immediately, the speaker will detect the sound playing on your headphones. It will then play out loud on the speaker. This gives a hassle-free transition from headphones to speakers and vice versa. There is an option to keep the music playing on the headphones once you take it off the speaker. The continuous listening experience creates a smooth and enjoyable experience for the user. The wooden hook incases advanced technology that can detect the sound from any headphones placed on it. The speaker comes with a Bluetooth volume control. As the speaker doubles as a headphone stand, this could also reduce clutter on the desk and gives your headphones an official home!
It seems to be an interesting design and a piece of functional decoration. Do you want to see this product comes to true?