Thanks so much to Alan Chatham for writing in about his Remote-Control Thundercloud Project that he’s written up on instructables. It looks great!
For Spokane-based arts organization Terrain’s Uncharted Territory event, Laboratory built some remote-control thunderclouds to accompany the Spokane Symphony and a host of local bands. These billowy beauties add a playful ambiance to a space, and thunder at the press of a button, and to make your own for under $100, keep on reading!
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