Sound is created by vibrating the air or other medium. Depending on different pitches and durations of the sound wave, it is perceived differently when it reaches our brain through eardrums. Likewise, sound relates with movement very closely. From this we explored wireless speakers with volume controlled by different physical movements.
See/Saw controls volume by pushing the block on top. It is tilted into angles by the axis positioned in the middle, which in the end resembles a seesaw movement.
The perforations clearly tells you how to control volume. Left or right.
Colored blocks of See/Saw.
At the very first glance, Bolt/Nut is a cylindrical general speaker.
It controls volume by turning the bolt into directions. Obviously, when the user turn the top part clockwise, the sound will be louder and vice versa. In other words, screwing up or down.
The height is the volume.
Zero/Nineteen is framed by 20 flat surfaces.
The surfaces around controls volume, by turning and placing different facets on to the ground.
From zero to nineteen.