The project from Interactive Architecture Lab is meant to increase the interaction between people and nature

No doubt you’ve heard about cars that can drive themselves—but what about self-driving gardens? Well that seemingly farfetched concept has been made into a realty by Interactive Architecture Lab, having created a robotic garden smart enough to roam around the streets of London on its own. 

Since plants are responsive to their surrounding environment, Interactive Architecture Lab was able to wire these instincts into an autonomous robotic ecosystem after doing extensive research on plant electrophysiology.

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