The latest innovations in technology may have refined the performance of contemporary gadgets, but they also have shattered the emotional interaction between the user and the device. Bridging the emotional gap, designer Lim Hyuntaik has come up with a Bluetooth MP3 speaker that captures the essence of sound through aesthetic interpretation and promotes interaction between the user and the gadget. The “Sound Pot,” as the designer hails the speaker, when not in use turns its face down. As soon as music is released, the speaker comes to life and lifts its face to interact with the user. And you may control the volume by just rolling the speaker in different directions. Featuring a body finished in porcelain, the Sound Pot looks more like a sculpture or a piece of art than a speaker, adding to the decor of your place. Measuring 100 x 150 x 100mm, the Bluetooth speaker system is available in matte white for $1,203.