An eye for music
Users can change the color and saturation of the built-in light.
Currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, the telescoping speaker’s Luna Eye will automatically emerge when powered on. It is designed to give more space for the body of the speaker. Along with an independent tweeter, the Eye features a light guiding component, dome, and ring ornament.
Another great feature of the Luna is that it can stream music via a Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connection. It is also fully compatible with Apple’s AirPlay protocol.
You can also use up to 32 speakers to create a wireless audio network like the popular Sonos system. With the Party Mode, anyone can stream their music from an iOS device to share with the crowd.
Using the companion app, you can change the color and saturation of the light, customize a music schedule, and more. It is also compatible with a number of streaming music services including Spotify, Apple Music, and many others.
How to reserve one
Right now, for an early bird pledge of $129, you can reserve a Luna in any of three colors – silver, gold, or space gray. A speaker set can be reserved for a $289 pledge.
All rewards are expected to ship in October.
While any crowdfunding project does carry some risk for backers, Crazybaby has a track record of actually delivering their product. The Mars levitating wireless speaker system raised more than $800,000 in early 2015.