Veterondo ("vetero" & "ondo", which are Esperanto for "weather" and "wave" respectively) retrieves your local weather and creates Material Design-based palettes and procedurally-generated chords out of it.
Veterondo shouldn't be thought of as a traditional weather app. It gives little traditional information - instead, it should be thought of as an appliance - or even a live art piece.
It's at its best when it's running on a device with an AMOLED screen that's constantly plugged in and placed on a wall. It will refresh regularly, displaying new palettes and producing new chords as the day progresses.
This means that for Veterondo to work as its creator (yours truly) intended, IT HAS TO KEEP THE SCREEN ON until you manually turn it off yourself by pressing your device's power button. Please keep this in mind when you decide to have a play around with it. If you leave it on expecting it to go off at your screen's regular timeout time, it will not and then it's goodbye battery.
Touch the Weather Dots to play chords!
Enjoy various animations depending on the sort of weather you're having (wind, rain, storm, sun and their variations)
Be mesmerized by the light show!
Short, full, lovely procedurally-generated tracks.
COMING, LIKE, NEVER
Veterondo is open source and the code can be found here: