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October 18, 2016 AT 3:00 pm

Richard Clarkson’s Bluetooth Speaker Cloud #ArtTuesday

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We loved Richard Clarkson’s interactive thunderstorm cloud and we’re totally digging this follow up bluetooth speaker cloud. From dezeen:

Designer Richard Clarkson has created a small, remote-controlled cloud for the home that plays music and flashes while hovering a few centimetres from the ground.

The Making Weather project is a collaboration between Clarkson and Crealev – a company that specialises in creating levitating products.

Made from clumps of white polyester fibres, the cloud and its base are embedded with magnetic components that allow it to float a few centimetres off the ground.

Read more and see more from Richard Clarkson


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