Smart Plants That Can React To Their Owners [Video]

Smart Plants That Can React To Their Owners [Video]

Japanese researchers are making plants more interactive, using sensors and actuators to make them move them when you're nearby.

Emma Hutchings
  • 5 april 2012

A team of researchers from Keio University in Japan have developed a system to make plants seem more alive. By attaching actuators to them, making them move, they hope to give them a greater presence and encourage interaction.

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