Down with the wires – magnetic levitation comes into play! Brooklyn designer Richard Clarkson released the “Floating Cloud” model, which is more like the real cloud than the previous ones. Except that, a rain does not sprinkles and around the room does not spin, because it’s still a lamp, not a toy.
In order for the cloud-lamp to float in the air, the developer used the phenomenon of magnetic levitation. Thanks to it, the product can soar at a 70-millimeter height above the stand. The operating time of this model is increased, as the speakers have been removed from the device, spending a lot of energy. That is, this lamp will not produce any sounds, but at the same time its work time will be longer. The latest model only changes colors when changing the noise situation in the room.
The clouds themselves are made by hand, from hypoallergenic polyester fiber. We can say that these flying clouds are closer to works of art than to utilitarian elements of design. And at the same time – a demonstration of modern technology.