Hidden Radio & Bluetooth Speaker
Nine months after successes on Kickstarter the first of Bluetooth Hidden Radio units began shipping.
Nine months after successfully funding their project on Kickstarter, industrial designers John Van Den Nieuwenhuizen and Vitor Santa Maria finally began shipping out the first units of their Hidden Radio. The Hidden Radio & Bluetooth Speaker is one of those rare speakers, that combine excellent design and sound, but also portability, beauty and function.
The device a solid, dynamic wireless speaker and FM radio built for iPhone and iPad, which pulls out Bluetooth wireless technology to play music and other audio remotely and instantly. It has a stylish, iconic design that disappears into the environment when it’s not in use, hence the name, it was partially inspired by one of Nieuwenhuizen’s heroes, Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa, which explains the Hidden Radio’s humble but powerful form factor.
The upper lid covers the speakers when off, but as soon as you lift the lid, the Hidden Radio automatically comes alive and enters pairing mode with an iPhone or iPad. To control the volume, you simply lift the lid to make it louder, and lower the lid to make it softer. Yes, it’s really that simple.
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