Brian Eno has released the Turntable II, a device whose colors change continuously thanks to built-in LED lights.
The base material of the Brian Eno Turntable II is milk-colored acrylic with color-changing LED lights hidden inside. Pre-programmed, so you don’t have to do anything complicated to enjoy continuously changing colors. According to its creator, this creates an alluring entity that would not look out of place as a work of art in the living room. Even if you don’t put a record on it. As for availability, there is a practical problem, though. The player is only available at London’s Paul Stolper Gallery, online or in person pickup. And that’s on Feb. 13 from 4 p.m. local time. The standard price is £20,000 ex VAT, with the price increasing as more players are sold.