(Pics) Skyscraper Becomes A Light-Based Weather Forecasting Installation

(Pics) Skyscraper Becomes A Light-Based Weather Forecasting Installation

Dexia Tower in Brussels uses LEDs to display the next day's forecast.

Naresh Kumar
  • 19 july 2010

Belgian design studio Lab-Au used the Dexia Tower in Brussels as a huge canvas and turned it into a light-based weather forecasting installation. A dozen LEDs in each of the 6,000 windows of the building use real time data to display various weather forecasts such as temperature, wind and rain, each with a different color and geometrical pattern.

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