Nature sounds such as rain, crashing waves or thunderstorms can be strangely soothing. Hearing the rain hit your window or roof can make you drift to sleep very fast or can make it very hard to get out of bed in the morning.
Richard Clarkson’s Studio tapped into this feeling and created a cloud lamp that can simulate a thunderstorm right inside of your bedroom. Clarkson says: “The Cloud is an interactive lamp and speaker system, designed to mimic a thundercloud in both appearance and entertainment. Using motion sensors the cloud detects a user’s presence and creates a unique lightning and thunder show dictated by their movement.”
The thundercloud carries microphones, full-motion sensors, and a high-quality speaker system. The sounds the cloud makes as well as its sensitivity to movements are controlled by you.
The lamp has a nightlight, music reactive modes and is made out of hypoallergenic fiberfill.
Check out what it looks inside
Using a wireless remote control, you can manage the cloud. Now doesn’t that sound pretty cool?
To imitate a real thunderstorm, a Philips LED light is used.
“The system features a powerful speaker system from which the user can stream music via any Bluetooth compatible device. Using color-changing lights the cloud is able to adapt to the desired lighting color and brightness. The cloud also has alternative modes such as a nightlight and music reactive mode.”
If you want to pretend to be in a massive storm, you can fill your entire room with the clouds.
If a thunderstorm is a bit dark for you, why not go for a rainbow?
The cloud light will cost you about $3,300
Non-interactive clouds are available for $960
The smaller version is called ‘Tiny’
It now comes with new music reactive modes
If these impressive clouds have caught your attention, you can purchase one here. The studio has several different designs of the cloud lamp.
If you like the idea but it is a little over budget, check out this DIY cloud lamp that is super affordable and easy to make.