Hybrid Physical and Virtual Gardens by The Meme

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Framed by local, organic, and sustainable food trends, popular interest in urban, backyard, and community agriculture has been surging in recent years. At the same time, “virtual gardening” applications, games and tools, from Farmville to iBotanika, have transformed gardening from a low-tech, introspective pursuit, to an information-rich, social experience that hybridizes physical and virtual environments and activities. This Smart Garden project explores how “Smart” technologies such as chemical and thermal sensors (pH, moisture, solar exposure), automated mechanical processes (watering, lighting, fertilizing, etc), and information monitoring and control systems, developed for large-scale agro-businesses, could be deployed within an ecosystem of new products, applications, and services geared for the consumer market.

Smart Garden creative process was framed by three main goals:

  1. Providing gardeners with precise, actionable data about the their plants’ health and growth
  2. Expanding the healthy, delightful, and rewarding presence of the garden in the life of the gardener
  3. Facilitating dialogue, information sharing, and social interaction within gardeningcommunities.

Integrated by a software application for web and mobile, The Meme Design envision three hardware components that address the needs of multiple scales of use, from the single potted plant to the community garden.

Designer : The Meme

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