“This basically a Bluetooth speaker that we combined with the visual effects. We have our own patented sound detection technology, and every time you play a song, we create patterns based on the music. It is customized every time, giving a different visualization every time,” explains Chris Lam, the founder of the company making the speakers. “We started making this in Taiwan and are now starting mass production for the overseas markets.”

The Soul of Blackleaf speaker looks like it is cast in concrete. The visualization adds a beautiful, eye-catching focal point to the experience. Image credit: Haje Kamps / TechCrunch

“I love music. There are so many Bluetooth speakers on the market, and We wanted to make something different. With the Soul of Blackleaf, you can watch and feel the music,” Lam concludes.

The Soul of Blackleaf brings analog visualization to your music experience by Haje Jan Kamps originally published on TechCrunch