Have you ever wondered what a real world Cover Flow would be like? Wonder no more with Matt Brown’s invention – the RFID record player that is capable of playing songs on a turntable that interestingly enough, does not turn at all. This is made possible thanks to his 45rpm vinyl records being tagged with RFID stickers, and the RFID reader within the fake player will obtain information from said RFID-tagged record. Upon detection, the user will need to move the tonearm into position, where the player will get to work by reproducing its playlist. According to Matt, he wished that people were more personal with their songs, hence this invention that requires them to physically touch the songs.
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