Nebula 12 Weather Station by Micasa LAB
by Harry / November 24, 2012


Micasa LAB's Nebula 12 is a weather station that shows the weather outside, inside, physically - by flooding yellow light on a sunny day, or creating an actual cloud on an overcast winter morning.



Using realtime meterological data from MetOff, the UK's weather and climate change forecasts service, Nebula transforms to represent outside weather using liquid nitrogen, WiFi, and high power vacuum suction.


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In 'standard mode', Nebula 12 predicts the weather for the next 48 hours. A threatening low-pressure area is represented by a red cloud, sunshine is shown in yellow. Users can adjust the settings and define the source of information using a smartphone.


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Nebula 12 can change in colour and brightness and can be used as a variable source of light.


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Says Micasa LAB, "regardless of how dark the cloud is, Nebula 12 never brings rain. At least, not within one's own four walls."

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