If your apartment, office or home is lacking a little greenery you may be interested in a new indoor smart garden called the Greenox, designed to provide art interior decor that grows organic micro-greens for you with zero effort. Watch the video below to learn more about the Greenox smart garden and companion smartphone application that provides feedback on temperature, irrigation and soil humidity.
Hassle-free home garden – true or false? Living greens would be great for every place if not for dirt and responsibility. What if we get rid of these problems once and for all so you can begin home gardening in just four simple steps? A true child of the Internet age, Greenox’s digital intellect takes care of everything: helps you to choose the best illuminated spot, checks humidity and temperature around with built-in sensors and communicates with you via LEDs and bluetooth module. You’ll know how your garden feels through a smartphone App and it’s incredibly cool. You may stop worrying about batteries or adding water – your greens will remind you about it. Have you ever watered plants with a smartphone? Because you can do it with Greenox!
It’s the most beautiful and refined way to grow greens in urban surroundings: guaranteed by the Mother Nature, plants have powerful energy that awakens them to life so just observe them grow. It’s this small adventure for an urban citizen, surrounded by concrete, glass and steel from dawn till dusk. Do you remember childish joy from watching sprouts break asphalt, a tiny victory of living matter? We become more alive just from looking at this magic. Any stress is an imbalance between the inner and the outside world. You’ve certainly noticed that negative emotions, bad mood and irritation just vanish after you’ve found your way to the nature.
For more information on the home smart garden jump over to the official Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below where pledges are available from €229 with shipping expected to take place during May 2018.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Design News, Top News