This way-cool design concept for a wearable MP3 player by Nathan Davis has a silicone band that lets you wear it on your arm or wrist, and it has an OLED display housed underneath a layer of polycarbonate. The screen slides up to reveal transport controls, and sound is transmitted to Bluetooth headphones. Check out the gallery below for conceptual drawings of those phones, too.

The only thing the artist left out is GPS capability, a highly desirable feature for runners and walkers. Adding navigation, distance traveled and thermometer functionality on board similar to this klunky-looking Paroos GPS trainer we showed you yesterday would be all that's necessary to turn this into a complete design. So far, though, we like this concept a lot.


Wrist MP3 Player [Yanko Design]