This floating cloud is actually a speaker and a lamp
Have you ever caught yourself staring at the clouds, tripping over them? Perhaps, when you were traveling in a train, looking into the sky through the window or when you were on a plane catching a glimpse of the clouds passing by. But what if you had a cloud in your home and incidentally enough it could play music?
A couple of years ago, Richard Clarkson made the smart cloud, a realistic looking cloud-shaped speaker and lamp. It designed to have flickering lights, to make it appear like a thunder storm and would also illuminate as a regular lamp.
As real as it looked, it still had to be hung from a ceiling or something with a chord, which was a bit of a downer. However, this year the updated model can float like a real cloud and it does so using magnetic levitation technology created by Crealev.
The newest version of magic cloud simply looks magical, floating within 4 walls emitting light and top it, it plays music via bluetooth. But, chances are not everyone is going to be able to afford it, as it is reportedly priced at a whopping $3,360, that’s more than 2 lacks. Perhaps, it was meant to be a luxury product. You can catch a glimpse of the floating speakers below:
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