What Star Wars OS X Weather Widgets would look like

first_imgAlthough it was “a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away,” you figure that people in the Star Wars universe needed to know the weather where they lived just like they do today. And with that being the case, sentient beings probably used clever little weather widgets like most of us currently use on our computers or smartphones. But what would these Star Wars weather widgets look like?Enter Cristian Kit Paul, a graphic designer who decided to bring these imagined weather widgets to life. Using OS X weather widgets as a template, he shows us what a typical week of weather would be like at remote places in the Star Wars galaxy like Hoth, Tatooine, Alderaan, Dagobah, and Cloud City. And sadly while these widgets aren’t available for download onto your Mac, they are still fun to look at.AdChoices广告Just remember all temps are in Celsius. To convert to Fahrenheit you need to multiply the Celsius number by 9, then divide that number by 5, and finally add 32 (or just use Google).Hoth WW (500 x 386)Hoth WW (500 x 386)Alderaan WW (500 x 386)Cloud City WW (500 x 386)Dagobah WW (500 x 386)Tatooine WW (500 x 386)Read more at Kit Bog, found via Kottkelast_img

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