Latest Science Gadget Shows You TOMORROW'S Weather In A Box

Latest Science Gadget Shows You TOMORROW’S Weather In A Box

Being surprised about the weather is one of life’s little annoyances. Think about it: you plan your outfit for work, only to learn that your white dress and expensive heels just aren’t going to work in a torrential downpour. You try to remember to check the weather every night before bed, but sometimes, you don’t realize what the sky is going to do until it’s too late.

Well, software engineer turned inventor Ken Kawamoto has just introduced a way to fix that. With his new Tempescope machine, you’ll never have to worry about weather surprises again – plus, it will look totally cool sitting on your shelf, dresser, or nightstand.

For all intents and purposes, the Tempescope looks like an unassuming box – it also kind of looks like a sea monkey aquarium.

For all intents and purposes, the Tempescope looks like an unassuming box - it also kind of looks like a sea monkey aquarium.

However, this little box packs a whole lot of punch. According to the Tempescope website, the box is an “ambient physical display that visualizes weather like rain, clouds, and lightning.”

However, this little box packs a whole lot of punch. According to the Tempescope website, the box is an "ambient physical display that visualizes weather like rain, clouds, and lightning."

In other words, the Tempescope can tell you exactly what to plan for the next day. So, how does this awesome little machine work?

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