SF-SO brings back the tactility of analogue with ‘tamed’ digital devices
In a bid to redefine our relationship with technology and gadgets, design studio SF-SO presents tamed digital devices. the project has been developed in response to the prevalence of digital products in modern society, and their numerous built-in features and functions which, rather than helping, can actually cause users confusion.
To counteract the overwhelming amount of technology, tamed digital devices bring back the tactility of analogue products in a series of four objects: the ball internet radio, the cone bluetooth speaker, the wheel digital radio, and the fingerprint smart door lock.
Departing from touch screens and electronic sensors, SF-SO has created intuitive physical interfaces derived from analogue products, with the aim of reducing the user’s overall time and effort.