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The Tiny Cloud Gives You Thunder and Lightning but Won't Rain On Your Parade

Tiny Cloud, a reactive Bluetooth speaker designed and created by artist Richard Clarkson, evokes the look and sound of a real thunderstorm, with tufts of polyester fiber hiding its magical innards.

By streaming thunderstorm sounds to the speaker on Music Reactive Mode (there’s a Spotify playlist recommended here or a YouTube video here), a light show erupts that perfectly emulates the random and soothing flashes that only a thunderstorm has.

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Tiny Cloud has multiple settings, including an ambient lamp (thanks to color-changing RGB LED lights), the Music Reactive/Lightning mode, and even a demo mode if you just want to scare your friends with the push of a button.

Tiny Cloud isn’t the best Bluetooth speaker you can buy, or the cheapest, but your audio will never look more beautiful.

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