How the World’s First Throwable Microphone Was Born

Why pass the mic when you can throw it? Catchbox is the world’s first throwable microphone designed to liven up audience participation at lectures, conferences and big events. What started out as an idea of three students in Finland is now being used at Google events and Ted Talks. Designer Pyry Taanila visited HYBE studios to answer vital questions like: Why is the Catchbox a box and not a ball? How did the guys get this crazy idea? And what was prototyping like for this peculiar product?