Aqua Design Innovations has this week launched a new smartphone controlled desktop greenhouse called the EcoQube Air, which has already raised over $180,000 via Kickstarter thanks to over 1200 backers with still 57 days remaining on the campaign.
The EcoQube Air is a stylish desktop greenhouse that has been specifically designed to enhance and improve your quality of life, say its developers. Watch the promotional video below to learn more about its features and functionality.
Once installed the EcoQube Air desktop greenhouse provides healthy air, smart light therapy, thriving greenery, and more to your local environment and allows you to grow plants or food easily by monitoring their progress using the companion smartphone application. Its developers explain more :
The EcoQube air is the best solution for indoor gardening because it provides the perfect environment for plants to grow. Grow food or your favorite plants in any environment, in any season. Grow your plants without direct sunlight. The full-spectrum LED light is programmed to give your plants the exact amount of light it needs to grow fastest.
The air you breathe may be filled with mold, chemicals, and dangerous toxins. Indoor air pollution can lead to a wide range of health problems. Sunlight dictates your circadian rhythm, which directs our body’s biological clock and tells you when to sleep and when to be awake. With increased exposure to computer, tablet, and phone screens today, our circadian rhythms have been completely thrown off.
The smart LED light not only provides the perfect lighting for your plants, it also simulates the cycle of the sun. You can use the EcoQube Air to influence your own biological clock with the phone app. This helps you wake up feeling refreshed, alleviates insomnia, helps overcome jet lag, improves productivity, and helps prevent seasonal depression.
For more information on the new EcoQube Air desktop greenhouse jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to make a pledge via the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Gadgets News, Top News