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Google Software Engineer Invents A Gadget That Reproduces Weather Conditions In A Box.

by Adrien Martinez • 30 Jul 2016

Japanese Google software engineer Ken Kawamoto has invented Tempescope a transparent box-type gadget that collects next day’s forecast from online weather sources using two pumps, an ultrasound diffuser, and an LED to simulate a variety of weather conditions – from sunrise, sunshine, and sunset to clouds, lightning, rain and fog – inside your living room hour-by-hour.

Kawamoto – who is now working on making extensions, such as snow, wind, real lighting bolts and showing land features but has no plans yet to start production - has released the code, instructions, and schematics for the Tempescope to allow anyone to comfortably build their very own transparent acrylic box to recreate the meteorological conditions in their living room.


   





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