I first covered Clime a few months ago when they were little more than 3D-printed nubbins. Now these nubbins have brains.
Essentially they are tiny indoor/outdoor thermometers. You can put them anywhere and then check your mobile device for the temperature. You may have something similar in your home – they used to called them weather thermometers – but older systems are far less responsive and far less compact.
The creators are running a crowdfunding effort right now and they’re looking to raise $50,000.
Created by Bart Zimny and Andrzej Pawlikowski, these things are essentially rubber-clad transmitters. As I wrote before, you drop them anywhere you want to sense – a windowsill or empty room or spooky basement – and the sensors do the rest. The goal is to create a cheap home automation system with these sensors at the base.
Eventually the pair plans to add more features including…
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