Tempescope Ambient Weather Display

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

There are countless ways you can check the weather outside. And while most people would opt to pull out their iPhone, we prefer the Tempescope Ambient Weather Display.

This “tempe scope” can create everything from sunshine and clouds to rain and storms, utilizing the built-in LED based lighting. In addition to showing you what the weather currently looks like, the sleek tower will also give you a forecast of your local area, or weather conditions from another place if you want to check on remote family and friends, all with the goal of letting individuals share the sunny skies with each other, even if they are on opposite sides of the world. After years of research and development, the Tokyo-based designers and engineers are finally looking to bring the finished product to the marketplace. [Purchase]

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