Making Weather Cloud Speaker

Oct 11, 2016

Category: Tech

Home audio equipment is not always the most attractive or creative from a design standpoint. Most of the time it consists of a wooden cabinet and some kind of mesh cover. And while that’s not to say that they aren’t often beautiful, sometimes it’s nice to see something a little on the stranger side. And we’re not sure that we’ve seen anything quite as strange as this collaboration between Richard Clarkson Studio and Crealev.

Called Making Weather, this little cloud is paired with a reflective oval based that, when plugged in, allows the cloud to freely and wirelessly levitate 1-2 inches above it. The cloud itself is powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery. And it is equipped with an onboard Bluetooth speaker and sound reactive LED lights. This very clever and tech-forward home accessory is not currently on the market, but Crealev is actively seeking to make it commercially available.

Richard Clarkson Studio X Crealev Making Weather 01

Richard Clarkson Studio X Crealev Making Weather 02

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