Google has quietly revealed "Project Oasis," an AI-powered terrarium called that works with Google Assistant to gather weather data from around the world and realistically simulate those conditions within the device. For example, if it's raining in New York City, water will start dropping in the terrarium. Best of all, programmers can build their own terrarium using the official Project Oasis Github page. Continue reading for a video of it in-action.
"Called Project Oasis, the experiment allows you to use Google Assistant to ask about the weather in various parts of the world. It's probably going to be stuck when it comes to snow and ice, but that's best for the living things inside anyway. It's a mini Biodome in your living room, essentially," according to The Verge.