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Oregon Scientific Crystal Weather Station: Forecast for Today… Cool Industrial Design

by Paul Strauss
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Oregon Scientific Crystal Weather StationThe latest weather forecasting device from Oregon Scientific shows you the latest weather forecast displayed in a pretty unique way. A clear crystal block features 3d laser-etched icons of sun, clouds and rain, and illuminates the appropriate icon for the upcoming day.

While you’d think the crystal block design was pretty cool looking on its own, Oregon Scientific went even further by setting the crystal on top of a dramatic orange LED clock. The clock uses radio-controlled data source to keep it perfectly set, and can change between a display of the time and current indoor temp with a simple wave of your hand.

The Crystal Weather Station doesn’t have a U.S. release date or price yet.

[via The Red Ferret Journal]

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