Open source 3D printed weather station could improve farming in developing regions

Open source 3D printed weather station could improve farming in developing regions

The Science Museum of Virginia in Richmond is now home to a fully functioning 3D printed weather station. The weather measuring and monitoring device cost only $400 to make and could help improve farming in developing regions of the world. Scientist Paul Kucera installs the 3D printed weather station at the Science Museum of Virginia (Image: Dean Hoffmeyer / Times-Dispatch) The 3D printed weather station was designed and created by scientist Paul Kucera, from the National Center for Atmospheric Research, and Martin Steinson from the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research. Together, and using their joint expertise in meteorological and […]

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