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  1. Cloud lamp/speaker combo brings thunder into your living room Richard Clarkson, a multi-disciplinary interior designer, owns a design studio in New York and New Zealand where he experiments with different products, lights, and furniture. One of his most elegant creations is Cloud, an interactive light shaped like a cumulus cloud lamp that simulates a thunderstorm both in light and sound. As described on their website, the Cloud is an interactive lamp and speaker system, designed to mimic a thundercloud. Using motion sensors the cloud detects a users presence and creates a unique lightning and thunder show dictated by their movement. The system features a powerful speaker system from which the user can stream music via any Bluetooth compatible device. Using color-changing lights the cloud is able to adapt to the desired lighting color and brightness. The cloud also has alternative modes such as a nightlight and music reactive mode. This smart creative lamp/cloud is filled with lights, motion sensors, microphones, and a powerful speaker system. A remote control allows users to set it to different modes, getting it to act like a simple thunder cloud, to respond to movements in its surroundings, or to respond to sounds or music that it hears around it. The cloud-like outer layer definitely completes the illusion giving it the the perfect look. It would make for a fun accessory, just don’t expect to read comfortably under its light. Check out this awesome GIF of The Cloud showing off its capabilities. You can check out Clarkson’s page to learn more about the Cloud, or even purchase your own for a few thousand dollars. You’ll also find cheaper versions with less functionality on the site, too.
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