Simple technology help everyone have a green thumb.

Created by the Public Laboratory community, Infragram is a simple and cheap infrared camera that has the ability measure plant health.

Originally developed to monitor wetlands damages in the wake of the BP oil spill, its easy-to-modify open-source hardware & software makes it useful for gardeners, farmers, teachers and anyone interested in how plants grow and their lifecycles.

Consumers can use Infragram for a wide range of tasks such as generating open environmental data, teaching students about photosynthesis or simply monitoring your household plants.

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