Mind Lab have launched the latest generation of their pocket weather station this week over on Kickstarter in the form of the Weather Point 2.0, which the company says is the world’s smallest weather station.
The pocket weather station is equipped with four sensors measuring temperature, humidity, UV, atmospheric pressure and connects to your mobile device using its handy companion application, that can be used to record and view real-time data.
Since its launch just one day ago, the new next-generation weather station has already nearly doubled its pledge goal thanks to over 1,100 Kickstarter backers.
With Weather Point 2.0 you have your own personal weather station that can fit in the palm of your hand! That’s some great news to lot of people, especially if you like outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, hunting or fishing – because you don’t need internet connection.
We are making a free Weather Point 2.0 App that supports iOS and Android. But that’s not all! This would work on iOS and Android as an API, providing the information from Weather Point 2.0. Collected data can be used for whatever you want, whether for changing display or for making a Cloud platform.
For the first version, SDK will contain API for fetching sensors data. It is implemented as dll which must be appropriately included in the application package depending on the chosen platform Applications will be able to communicate (fetch data) from sensors through dll.
The Weather Point 2.0 personal weather station is currently over on the Kickstarter with pledge available from just $19 but don’t delay.