Bracelet Made from Modeling Weather Patterns in 3D

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Designer Mitchell Whitelaw has created a very cool bracelet based on the pattern of 365 days of weather in his home town. The varying temperatures form the curves of a 3D wearable piece of art. Can you guess what the holes are?

Each day is one sliver of the bracelet. The hottest temperatures form the peaks, and the lowest form the valleys. And the holes - those are the days with rainfall.

The bracelet design was done with 3D modeling software, with prototypes created by Shapeways. One could have a bracelet made each year, tracking weather patterns like an almanac...even tracking climate change with one's wardrobe.

Via Designboom
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