Folks, something strange about this exhibition: All these speakers everywhere and I've only heard "Gangnam Style" once. It came blaring from a booth labeled Exelway, and I expected to see some big-ass speakers, but was surprised to see the sound coming out of these two impossibly thin bars (marked in the photo with hot pink tape):
No word on how the technology works, but even the bass was pretty decent, and the system is sub-woofer free. Another thing I appreciated is that they didn't beat their heads against the wall coming up with a name: The product is apparently called the Slim Speaker.
Meanwhile, a Chinese company called In2uit has moved in an adjacent direction, going thin and flat. Their Audio Art series of speakers are wireless and just about paper thin:
Another Chinese company, Edifier, has gone artsier still. Or should I say De Stijl, as they've got Mondrian style:
Hopefully these guys will keep going into later art movements; if you want to impress us, let's see some Kandinsky-, Picasso- or Calder-speakers.