Kidifying Your Smart Speaker With Kenzie’s Crocheted And Knitted Creatures
Kenzie, a company dedicated to creating new and unique devices, was started by Eric Grudzien and Karen McIlquham. They aimed to change the way most furnish their nurseries.
If you want to keep an Alexa or Google Home in your child’s nursery for the sake of playing lullabies or controlling smart home technology within the room, you can now hide it.
The designs are usually crocheted and knitted creatures that can be placed over the smart speakers, hiding them from plain view. In other words, curious kids will no longer toss them over, trying to examine it. The inspiration for this idea came from the fact that there were plenty of brand and models of speakers, but most of them seemed to support the same color schemes, shapes, and basic design.
McIlquham works to create these knitted animals by hand. Each one of it takes about 8 hours to create. As of now, a pig, a cat, a giraffe, a bear, a frog, and an octopus are available. The company says that their idea has received a lot of interest. With Kickstarter, they are now trying to see how far they could take it.
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