plants in technology

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Milan, Furniture Fair, 2008, Salone Satellite, Inhabitat, green design, materials, recycled, sustainable, Italy, Samare Awadare, Bcxsy, Salone, Fethi Atakol, Grow Sphere, Wis Design, TROKK 16, Merijin Van Essen, Willem de Kooning Academy, University of Applied Science

Milan, Furniture Fair, 2008, Salone Satellite, Inhabitat, green design, materials, recycled, sustainable, Italy, Samare Awadare, Bcxsy, Salone, Fethi Atakol, Grow Sphere, Wis Design, TROKK 16, Merijin Van Essen, Willem de Kooning Academy, University of Applied Science

Akousmaflore is an interactive installation, a small garden composed of living musical plants, which react to human contacts. Each plant reacts in a different way to contact by producing a specific sound. The plant «language» or song occurs through touch and the close proximity of the spectator. Our invisible electrostatic aura acts on the plant branches and encourages them to react. The plants sing when the audience is touching or stroking lightly them. A plant concert is created.

Akousmaflore is an interactive installation, a small garden composed of living musical plants, which react to human contacts. Each plant reacts in a different way to contact by producing a specific sound. The plant «language» or song occurs through touch and the close proximity of the spectator. Our invisible electrostatic aura acts on the plant branches and encourages them to react. The plants sing when the audience is touching or stroking lightly them. A plant concert is created.

Smarty Plants is an assembling set using metaphor and storytelling to create an enjoyable experience for people to understand and execute simple circuitry.

Smarty Plants is an assembling set using metaphor and storytelling to create an enjoyable experience for people to understand and execute simple circuitry.

Botanicus Interacticus

Botanicus Interacticus

Botanicus Interacticus: Interactive Plant Technology

Botanicus Interacticus: Interactive Plant Technology

These Mad Scientists Want to Replace Solar Panels With Potted Plants

These Mad Scientists Want to Replace Solar Panels With Potted Plants

"Cactunes" by ECAL/Pierre Charreau, Martin Hertig, Pauline Lemberger. Image ECAL/Axel Crettenand & Sylvain Aebischer

"Cactunes" by ECAL/Pierre Charreau, Martin Hertig, Pauline Lemberger. Image ECAL/Axel Crettenand & Sylvain Aebischer

Plant Friend seeks to help children discover and learn how to care for and grow plants, while tightening and developing the emotional bound between them. Based on sensory inputs Plant Friend expresses the plant’s needs through emotional and communicative movement, thereby facilitating engagement and interest in the plant’s well being.

Plant Friend seeks to help children discover and learn how to care for and grow plants, while tightening and developing the emotional bound between them. Based on sensory inputs Plant Friend expresses the plant’s needs through emotional and communicative movement, thereby facilitating engagement and interest in the plant’s well being.

All living organisms, plants as well as animals and humans, constantly emit electric impulses. The amplitude of these impulses varies depending on the interior and exterior milieu of the organism. Yucca Invest Trading Plant combines this information with stock market know-how.

All living organisms, plants as well as animals and humans, constantly emit electric impulses. The amplitude of these impulses varies depending on the interior and exterior milieu of the organism. Yucca Invest Trading Plant combines this information with stock market know-how.

Spore 2.0 is a self-sustaining ecosystem for a rubber tree plant purchased at Home Depot. In this project, Home Depot is responsible for the plant in two ways: first, an unconditional guarantee to replace it, second, through an implied cybernetic contract. If the company does well by showing stock growth, so does the plant. If the company suffers losses, Spore 2.0 does not get watered.

Spore 2.0 is a self-sustaining ecosystem for a rubber tree plant purchased at Home Depot. In this project, Home Depot is responsible for the plant in two ways: first, an unconditional guarantee to replace it, second, through an implied cybernetic contract. If the company does well by showing stock growth, so does the plant. If the company suffers losses, Spore 2.0 does not get watered.

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