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Spotify Playlists Link to NFC Jukebox
Jooki, a speaker system designed for small children, is now enabled to stream playlists from a user's Spotify Premium account; each playlist is linked to the Jooki "star" figurine or token, with a built-in tag transmitting to a reader in the speaker.
May 14, 2018—
A smart music speaker system for kids, based on Near Field Communication (NFC) RFID, is now operable with Spotify accounts to enable playlists from the music-streaming site to be linked to a figurine with a built-in NFC tag.
MuuseLabs, the creator of Jooki, calls its system a portable jukebox for kids (see Small Children Jam to NFC-Enabled Jukebox). The Belgian company released the product in late 2017 as a system to bring music to small children without the distracting effects of screens on smartphones and tablets. The idea was to enable the kids or their parents to upload music to the Jooki app, and to then link the selected music with the unique ID number stored in a figurine's built-in 13.56 MHz passive NFC tag (which is compliant with the ISO 14443 standard). The company declines to specify the tag and reader hardware used for the system.
However, the company's longer-term goal was to provide a connection with Spotify, one of the most popular music-streaming sites, in order to make the creation of a song lists possible and easy. With Spotify, the firm explains, users don't need to upload individual songs or albums, but instead can simply create playlists.
The system is linked to Spotify Connect, the music-streaming system's app for remote play on other devices. First, a user with a Spotify Premium or Premium for Family account creates a playlist for a specific child. The Jooki speaker must be powered on and connected to Wi-Fi. Once a child is ready to play a song, he or she can then use the Spotify app on the phone or computer to select the song or playlist. The child must click on "Device Available," and the Spotify app will then prompt a search for a Jooki device connected via Wi-Fi.
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