Lukas Siegele

Omni—Multiroom soundsystem


omni is a multiroom soundsystem concept, where speakers are attached to connectors who are in a network system. The connectors are designed to be stacked and expanded, depending on the needs of the user. This way it is not only possible to connect modern inputs such as Spotify or iTunes, but also more old-fashioned sources, for example a CD-Player or a turntable. The connector screen enables the user to easily decide, which music should play in which room.

Omni Logo


All connectors are in one WiFi network and communicate this way. This way it is simple to listen to the CD, which was just playing in the living room, while you are doing the dishes in the kitchen.

Omni function


Various signals are accepted. Not only digital Inputs such as Spotify or iTunes, but also CD-players or vinyl by using a chinch input or an advanced input module.

Omni compatibility


The screens of the display connector are aligned horizontally and enable the user to quickly view and adjust the important parts of the system.

Omni structure


The connectors are built up modular. Only an input connector is the basic requirement, whereas the screen connectors are optional.

Omni hardware


Beside the hardware prototype and the screen designs a software prototype was created with framer.js.


—Interface Design 1, Thomas Techert


Dominik Merle, Mark Meyer, David Swiniecki


—Photoshop, Framer JS, JavaScript