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Potted Plants Play Songs At The Slightest Touch [Video]

Potted Plants Play Songs At The Slightest Touch [Video]
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To promote the annual Rocking The Daisies Music and Lifestyle Festival, the Native agency planted real daisies which played different sounds.

Emma Hutchings
  • 23 july 2013

South Africa-based agency Native promoted the annual Rocking The Daisies Music and Lifestyle Festival by planting real daisies in flower pots. These played music samples whenever a festival goer touched them and held the steel railing at the same time.

Potted Plants Play Songs At The Slightest Touch [Video]

This enabled visitors to mix and remix their tune and literally rock the daisies. Each flower pot played a different sound like “organ,” “drums” or “bass,” and people could play and mix songs of different genres by touching different flowers. Creativity Online reports that the track samples, produced by Gerdus Oostuizen, ranged from the electro to rock genres. You can check out the event in the video below:

Rocking The Daisies

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