Bode is a sculptural IoT device which uses a kinetic, ambient interface to restore analog weather reading to the home.
Reading this analog system is simple, the longer the cord, the higher the value. The cords are differentiated by unique pendants, much as a wall clock has a big hand and a little hand. BODE relates general idea of weather instead of a precise number. A glance relays the feeling for the weather of a day.
How can we discover analog complexity in digital phenomena without either totally abandoning the rich culture of the physical, or simply superimposing the known and comfortable unto the new and alien?