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The user interface to the R1 radio is both familiar and unique. Roll up and down for volume or scroll left to right to tune. It’s brilliant in its simplicity and rather stylish in a contoured minimalist design. [via GeekyGadgets]

An analog radio is one of most important product for a blind people. In the using a behavior of how people manipulated rather than burying all of interaction in to the product. So adjusting radio to the right station would require a new kind of manipulation rather than simply tuning a knob.
‘R1′ has designed for them to control the radio more intuitively. By using a wheel structure user can control the radio by physical movement. The ‘R1′ allowed users to turn gadget on or off and to control volume and tuning simply by physically rolling the radio forward, backward and sideways.

Adam Flaherty

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