Check out these cute wooden figurines. Many house plants suffer premature deaths at our hands because of our own forgetfulness or neglect. Designer, Dickson Chow has come up with a solution that helps to monitor your plant’s health with ease.
His creation, Plant Friends, is a system that checks the soil moisture, air temperature and air humidity of your plants, sending you an email or text message when your plants require watering.
The system uses a battery and the wireless data reaches you via an Android app. This allows you to view historical and real-time data on your phone. Choose from three designs—a robot, a dinosaur or a bunny.
The Sensor Node
The Base Station
Head over to Chow’s website for all the details about Plant Friends.
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Dickson Chow is a designer with an unwavering love for art, design and exploration. His roots stem from broadcast design, motion graphics, film, and animation. Over the years, he has worked with various design studios and clients producing TV commercials and short films.
At Stanford, Dickson is honing his design philosophy that encompasses human-centered design and creates works that transverse multiple disciplines and across different mediums.
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