Nowadays technology has an important role in decorating our home. Lighting or image and sound systems are mainly fundamental to create a comfy atmosphere and leading companies, including Sony, know it.

Perhaps you remember when, at CES 2014, Sony introduced its new concept Life Space UX, which managed to reinvent any living room, giving it a different functionality. This year Sony has continued to develop this concept and has advanced in the marketing of Life Space UX prototypes. Therefore, at CES 2015 Sony has introduced the 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector and the LED Bulb Speaker among other things, do you want know what they are?

The new Sony projector prototype follows the line of the first product introduced last year. In this case, if you place the 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector next to a wall, it will be transformed into a real size window, something really impressive!

Ultra Short Throw Projector

Ultra Short Throw Projector

The little brother of 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector is the Ultra Short Throw Portable Projector, a cube-shaped compact version measuring about 10 centimeters on a side. This model, of smaller size, has the ability to project an image of 50 inches that allows to see a movie wherever it is placed and which can be easily carried from one room to another.

Ultra Short Throw Portable Projector

Ultra Short Throw Portable Projector

Another innovative prototype of Life Space Sony UX concept is the LED Bulb Speaker, a speaker with a bulb shape that can also illuminate our living room. This hybrid matches perfectly in any room of the house, from the living room to the bathroom, and provides the best soundtrack through its wireless connection.

LED Bulb Speaker

LED Bulb Speaker

Along the same lines, Sony will introduce for the first time three models of its Symphonic Light, another audio device with light emission. The Symphonic Light is able to fill any space with a crystal clear sound, giving our favorite music a brighter character.

Symphonic Light

Symphonic Light

In Deluxosphere we have especially liked this fusion of light and sound in the same element, an unexpected combination that can greatly help in creating good environments.

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