MIT Researchers Develop a Cyborg Houseplant That Goes After the Light

Similar to the way machines replicate brain function, a new cyborg setup offers the potential to exploit the full capabilities of plants.

 
Now there’s a project that builds on the solutions for all those indoor plant lovers who simply don’t possess a green thumb.

Surprisingly, theirs is one of many developments in recent years aimed at AI-assisted technology and robotics that support the growth of healthy plants, from a hexapod robot that can actually seek out the sun for your plants, to all-in-one planting, watering and lighting solutions…[READ MORE]

Source: MIT Researchers Develop a Cyborg Houseplant That Goes After the Light | interestingengineering.com

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