Designed and built by Richard Clarkon Studio and Crealev, Making Weather is a levitating cloud project that, for all intents and purposes, is a combination of a floating cloud and speaker. It’s part art and part technology. It has sound reactive LED lights to make it the focal point of any room. Each cloud is designed to look like a cumulus hovering over the horizon, but they’re individually hand fluffed to created something truly unique. At this point it’s only a functional prototype, but in the future we could all be Making Weather in our living rooms, kitchens and bedrooms with a fun and interactive piece of art that also doubles as a unique Bluetooth speaker.
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