This multi-layered device can’t shower you with hail or tan your outdoor-deprived complexion, regrettably. What it can do though, is deliver a direct haptic sensation of how warm or cold it’ll be tomorrow, just in case you decide to venture out of your bedroom. An Arduino controller pulls in forecast data from the web and uses it to adjust a Peltier element and a cooling fan, which are housed along with a heat sink inside a neat and tactile aluminum box. The Cryoscope is the handiwork of industrial design student Robb Godshaw, and it’s the reason he already knew he’d be wearing a skinny t-shirt and stripey socks in the video after the break.
Cryoscope gadget simulates tomorrow’s weather today (video)
19 May This entry was published on May 19, 2012 at 8:43 pm and is filed under Uncategorized.