An IoT Speaker That Automatically Displays Lyrics Of Songs
TOKYO, March 16, 2016 / PRNewswire / – SEIS INC. Today announced the commercial launch of Japanese Lyric Speaker, a speaker that automatically displays the lyrics of the song that sounds like a beautiful graphic of movement, allowing listeners to enjoy the lyrics along with the music.
Lyric player won the award for Best Company Bootstrap SEIS INC. During the 2015 SXSW (South by Southwest) Throttle competition, the first for a Japanese company. For the first cycle of product sales, the company has signed an exclusive distribution agreement in Japan with Isetan Mitsukoshi Ltd., with pre-orders starting in June.
Sales worldwide are expected to begin in the second half of 2016 and SEIS INC. It is trying to find partners in the United States similar to the department store Isetan Mitsukoshi group.
Lyric Player is a new generation speaker developed by creative agency Six. When a song plays from a mobile device, the Japanese Lyric speaker connects to a database and displays the lyrics in sync with the song.
The Japanese lyric speaker analyzes the mood and structure of the song to automatically generate the moving graphics for display on the translucent LCD screen. Generate smooth graphics to soft songs and powerful graphics of energetic songs. SIX calls this “Lyric Technology Synchronization” and the letter speaker is the world’s first speaker to have these functions. The Japanese lyric speaker is also capable of producing high-resolution audio.
“Amid the rapid digitization of the music industry, many people do not think much about the text booklet that comes with the handle of the cover of a physical CD or the purpose it serves,” says Jin Saito, Director of SEIS creative. “The Japanese lyric speaker is an Internet speaker of things that shows the usefulness of a textbook, but takes it to the next level by using extraordinary technology and images.”
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The speaker shows the lyrics of a song with nice moving graphics, allowing listeners to experience music with their eyes and ears, allowing them to listen to the message of music on a deeper level.
“The Japanese lyric speaker attracts the fundamental beauty of music by increasing the power of individual songs through technology to present surprising visual reproductions of song lyrics, Saito added.