When was the last time you poured water onto your radio to turn it on? Designed collaboratively by
and , Pour Reception seeks to challenge what constitutes an interface, and how elements of play can create a new experience for a relatively everyday object.
Lacking buttons or knobs of any kind, Pour Reception appears an inert acrylic box with two glasses resting on top. A detachable instruction card cues the need for water, and pouring some into the glasses wakes the radio.
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