Box On Your Table Tells You The Weather Forecast By Creating Rain, Lightning And Clouds

Published 9 years ago

Tempescope isn’t a storm in the proverbial teacup, but it comes close. Ken Kawamoto created this box to give you a visual representation of tomorrow’s weather. The tiny box can be connected to various weather forecasting services. Thus, with rain and fog and clouds it can give a good presentation of the weather you’ll experience.

Of course, it can be used for real time weather updates, but windows already cover that aspect. How about connecting Tempescope to show weather in wherever in the world you loved ones are?

Ken Kawamoto is “a software engineer by day” who loves to fiddle with technology in his spare time. He’s especially interested in technology that breaks down the barriers between the digital and the real.

It’s like some sort of box that makes rain because the internet said it’s raining.

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The Tempescope in action:

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