The Story Drawer

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The Story Drawer is an MP3 player with a difference: when you put an item inside it, it detects its presence with RFID and tells a story. Inventor Matthew Simpson:

Story Drawer has been designed as a counter to the current culture of products
with heavy emphasis on the technology. I believe interactions with products should
be more evocative and less convoluted. Story Drawer reflects this by combining
refreshingly eloquent function with clean and refined aesthetics.

Check out the flickr gallery charting its development.

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2 Responses to The Story Drawer

  1. Halloween Jack says:

    So, if I put my passport on it, will it tell me what really happened during that three-day bender in Marrakesh that seems so fuzzy now?

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