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PlantWave Demo with the iOS App

Data Garden show off the iOS app for their upcoming PlantWave. This was featured here last year in a surprisingly successful Kickstarter campaign. They failed to meet their June delivery target, which was unsurprising. They now expect to ship in October.

Video Description:

PlantWave allows you to tune into nature by listening to plant music.

Just connect PlantWave to your plant and pair the device with your phone using our app for hours of harmonious music.

The PlantWave app includes several collections of instruments (Sound Sets) for you to choose from. Each Sound Set has a distinct vibe and feeling. Find the instrumentation that's right for you!

PlantWave also allows you to Broadcast your plant so you can share plant music with your friends!

PlantWave is currently in manufacturing and we plan to start shipping in October.

Get yours today!


Reader Comments 1

I really dislike these people's advertising. They do everything they can, without actually saying so, to imply that the plants are giving off signals. They're not. The device is just measuring resistance, that's all. That's why it works just the same if you hold the electrodes, or two people do and then touch hands etc. Comments from users on their earlier model rave on about bio feedback, and how their tomato plant changed its tune when they sent it love. People write about how they were moved to tears by their plants' attempts to communicate with them via music. I suppose there's an argument that it keeps the gullible occupied and away from bleach. None of this is to say that plants' resistance into MIDI can't be nice or something, but they do imply it's more than that.
September 11, 2020  | person The other Brian

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