GravaStar was formed in 2018, with its Mars Bluetooth speaker, a unique device designed to look like a strong, mecha warrior, launched a year later. But its audio products are more likely to transport you to a futuristic, cyberpunk world in 2088.
In this world, imaginative technology advancements are plentiful, making it the perfect setting for GravaStar’s audio products which see functionality fused with creativity. But how did the decision to fuse sci-fi with hi-fi emerge?
When you first look at GravaStar speakers, you’ll instantly notice the unique, industrial design that’s reminiscent of something from a science fiction movie, and that’s exactly where the inspiration stems from.
GravaStar founders, Yong and Nancy Ahn, are both self-proclaimed sci-fi buffs, taking ideas from the films they watched as children. These include old classics such as Gundam, Transformers and Star Wars, as well as video games like StarCraft. But while nostalgia may have heavily influenced the brand, GravaStar deals more in the hyper-modern.