A 3D Print housing an Arduino that receives information about Vancouver's weather systems using BlueTooth and visually displays the data through an LED.



Date: 2015
Duration: 3 months

In Collaboration with: 
Phil Adams and Tessa Goodyear

AIR-ID evolved from a design challenge to derive content from the Creative Commons and reconstruct it by selecting a new solution. The original concept was labeled "Twitter Mood Cube," its primary function being to read data from trending keywords being tweeted and convey that information with light. This concept transformed into AIR-ID by choosing to communicate Vancouver's weather predictions using 3D Printing, an Arduino and some basic coding.