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Tomorrow's Weather [bigertbergstrom.com] is a 8 storeys high (~37m) data sculpture which extends 2 arches made up of over 60 molecular globes, forming a double helix. The globes change color depending on tomorrow's weather forecast so that the interior landscape of structured lights take form as a "premonition of tomorrow". Tomorrow's Weather combines modern technology with one of nature's most basic expressions, the weather, so that its elaborate visual expression changes forever, capturing the volatile nature of climate and the future.

Reminds me of The Source, Electric Moons and Plastic Trade. Via Seed Media Group Blog.

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nice!

reminds me of lab[au]'s weather tower in brussels

http://lab-au.com/projects/weather-tower/

the world needs more stuff like this :)

Wed 25 Nov 2009 at 8:36 PM
theo

This seems remarkably similar to The Source in the atrium of London Stock Exchange, except that the balls don't move.
http://www.greyworld.org/#the_source_/i1

It's all good though!

Fri 27 Nov 2009 at 12:11 AM

Recently moved to Copenhagen. Attending COP15, mad about visualisation. Mission for next week? Try and blag a visit and get some insider pics up on Flickr :)

Fri 27 Nov 2009 at 5:42 AM

Thanks to the scale and location this really looks impressive. I wonder how it feels in real-life, so if CharlieO could notify us about possible footage, that would be great!

Wed 02 Dec 2009 at 10:54 AM
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