Robot Planter Throws Tantrums When Neglected and Chases the Sun to Keep Plants Thriving – You Won’t Believe Your Eyes!
Gardening enthusiasts, rejoice! There’s a new robot in town that is revolutionizing the way we care for our plants. Meet HEXA Plant – the intelligent planter that follows the sunlight and throws tantrums if you forget to water it.
The HEXA Plant was created by Sun Tianqi, the founder of Vincross, a robotics company based in Beijing. The idea for the HEXA Planter came to Sun after he saw a dead sunflower that had withered away in a dark corner. He realized that if the sunflower had been able to move towards the sunlight, it would have survived.
And so, the HEXA Planter was born. This robot planter is equipped with six legs that allow it to move in any direction, just like an insect. It also comes with a pot that can hold a small plant, such as a succulent or a cactus. But what sets the HEXA Planter apart from other planters is its ability to follow the sunlight.
Using its built-in sensors, the HEXA Planter can detect where the sun is and move towards it, ensuring that your plant always gets the optimal amount of sunlight. This means that you no longer have to worry about placing your plant in the right spot or moving it around throughout the day.
But that’s not all. The HEXA Planter also has a personality of its own. If you forget to water your plant, the HEXA Planter will throw a tantrum by shaking its legs and flashing its LED lights. It’s a not so gentle reminder to take care of your plant and prevent it from withering away.
The HEXA Planter is not yet available for purchase, but it has already garnered a lot of attention from gardening enthusiasts and tech enthusiasts alike. It’s an innovative product that combines technology and nature in a unique way.
But why do we need a robot planter? Can’t we just take care of our plants the old-fashioned way? While it’s true that caring for plants is not a new concept, the HEXA Planter offers several benefits that traditional planters cannot.
We love that the HEXA Planter takes care of the plant’s movement for us. Instead of constantly adjusting the plant’s position throughout the day, the HEXA Planter does it automatically. This is especially useful for people who live in apartments or small spaces where sunlight might be limited. I know, I’ve killed numerous plants because they weren’t getting enough sunlight and I was too busy or, let’s be honest, too lazy to constantly move them.
But the best thing about the HEXA Planter for us is that it’s a fun and interactive way to care for our plants. Its personality and ability to throw tantrums add an element of entertainment to the otherwise mundane task of watering and caring for plants. And it totally can play with you. Yes, you heard it right!
No doubt that the HEXA Planter is a great example of how technology can be used to solve real-world problems. As more people move into cities and urban areas, access to nature becomes increasingly limited. The HEXA Planter is a way to bring nature into our homes and workplaces, even if we don’t have access to a garden or park.
This fascinating invention combines robotics and nature in a unique way. While it’s not yet available for purchase, it has already generated a lot of excitement and interest. Whether you’re a gardening enthusiast or a tech enthusiast, the HEXA Planter is definitely something to keep an eye on. Who knows, it might just be the future of indoor gardening!