Prizm is a smart learning device that plays music on your sound system, based on people in the room and the context. Whether you are alone at home, with family, or partying with friends, Prizm adapts and predicts the music you’ll love.
Prizm streams music directly from the Cloud so you don’t even need to use a phone or a computer. Behind the scene, it detects who is in the room using the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth signals from your phone or wearables to identify you through your MAC address. It can also start music as soon as it detects you in the room. If someone else is home as well, Prizm will adapt the track list to find songs that suit you both.
When you discover something great, just touch the heart to add the song directly into your own playlists (Spotify, Soundcloud, Deezer). So when you leave home, songs you just discovered are already on your phone. Everyday, Prizm remembers your habits and learns that you prefer pop music in the morning, and jazz when you’re back from work.
The board is running a Linux OS on an ARM Cortex A8 at 1Ghz with 256MB RAM.
The French startup began of its Kickstarter campaign of its $129 smart music player for your home.