Augmented reality application Plant Life Balance is using AR to make it easier for people to decide which plants are right for their home

Plant Life Balance augmented reality application was designed for homeowners who want to digitally view what adding a new series of plants to their residence would look like before they purchase them and the benefits they receive for owning those plants.

The application breaks these plants down into seven categories, like ones for homeowners interested in ones ideal for a desert theme, for a shared living space, or ones ideal to live around children. A user who downloads the application gains access to over 90 different plants they can digitally drop down in their home by using their smartphone.

Plant Life Balance goes beyond providing a plant preview for homes. The developers discovered the people received benefits from having additional plants in a home, such as improved air quality and the person's wellbeing increasing. They discovered this with the help from scientists at the RMIT University and the University of Melbourne, who helped come up with the simple numbering system used in the application.

Anyone can download the application from Google Play or the Apple application store.

Plant Life Balance

Plant Life Balance augmented reality application was designed for homeowners who want to digitally view what adding a new series of plants to their residence would look like before they purchase them and the benefits they receive for owning those plants.

The application breaks these plants down into seven categories, like ones for homeowners interested in ones ideal for a desert theme, for a shared living space, or ones ideal to live around children. A user who downloads the application gains access to over 90 different plants they can digitally drop down in their home by using their smartphone.