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Oregon Scientific's Weather In Motion clock touts proximity sensor

Darren Murph

Just in case you've no real need for a seven-day forecast integrated into your timepiece, Oregon Scientific is hoping to lure you in with its proximity-sensing Weather In Motion clock. This stylish device sports a sexy black frame and an infrared motion sensor that changes the display based on how close / far away you are. When you're at a distance, expect to see the "current time, day and weather forecast displayed in large digits and icons," while walking up on it persuades it to show the "indoor and outdoor temperature readings, while the time and weather forecast icons automatically reduce in size." Furthermore, you can enable an automatic scroll mode that will "smoothly shift the information every five seconds." No word on when shipments will arrive, but it'll cost you $64.99 when it becomes available.

[Via Technabob]

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