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New liquid nitrogen lamp Nebula 12 recreates weather inside your home

New liquid nitrogen lamp Nebula 12 recreates weather inside your home
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December 2, 2012 - Following the roaring success of the Barbican’s Rain Room installation, you can now recreate the weather in your own home, thanks to a new lamp by experimental Swiss design studio, Micasa Lab.

Through a mysterious combination of “some peculiar techniques, liquid nitrogen, WiFi, and high-powered vacuum suction,” the Nebula 12 creates a circulating cloud of steam that responds to real-time weather conditions outside.

The lamp is designed to connect to your smartphone and gather meteorological data via the internet, recreating the climate indoors in a shape-shifting ball of fog.

“Wake up to a flooding yellow light on a sunny day,” say the designers, “or below a real cloud on that overcast winter morning.” Or you could just sleep outside.


The lamp can also be set to demonstrate the weather for the next 48 hours: a threatening low-pressure area is announced by a red cloud, and sunshine is shown in yellow.






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Nebula 12 by Micasa LAB

New WiFi lamp brings weather indoors

This lamp tells you the weather by recreating it inside your house


( via rawstory.com )



1 comments

  • Concerned#

    Concerned wrote December 2, 2012 7:40:37 AM CET

    Never gonna happen

 
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