CS Shanghai: Digital Snowglobes and Sad Lamps

Digit’s Daljit Singh showed two cool R&D projects at the Creative Social in Shanghai: a digital version of the snowglobe that shows the weather in any city in the world and a lamp that reacts to the day’s news…

Digit’s Daljit Singh showed two cool R&D projects at the Creative Social in Shanghai: a digital version of the snowglobe that shows the weather in any city in the world and a lamp that reacts to the day’s news…

The Digital Snowglobe has an iPhone inside it’s clear plastic dome. Shake it up and an app inside randomly loads the weather from a different city each time:

Bob the Lamp, on the other hand, reacts to a feed of the day’s news – when things are good, it stands tall,

but when, as now, it’s all looking a little bleak, he hangs his little bulby head in despair

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