Richard Clarkon Studio and Crealev have designed and built Making Weather, the Floating Cloud Bluetooth Speaker in shape of a puffy cloud. This cloud-shaped speaker is not only meant to play music, but it also lights up and rotates in mid-air, adding aesthetic charm to any room.
Each cloud is designed to look like a beautiful cumulus hovering over the horizon. It’s hand fluffed using polyester fibers and forms a picturesque cloud to bring a piece of nature into your home. Embedded within the densely-packed material, the Bluetooth speaker along with sound-reactive LED lights uses magnetic forces to rotate cottony cloud over its oval base.
The base incorporates a rechargeable lithium ion battery that powers the cloud when it’s plugged into a power outlet. While hovering, the floating cloud even bobs up and down, creating a legitimate atmosphere within your living space.
For now, it’s only a functional prototype, but in the future, it could be used in our living rooms, bedrooms, and kitchens as an interactive decor piece and a unique speaker. So far, there’s no word on its availability, but it’s going to hit the market soon. Find more information at Crealev website.