Biopod Smart Microhabitat

Oct 21, 2015

Category: Living

We can safely say that there’s nothing similar to the Biopod on the market. It’s one of those rare product ideas that is entirely new. Biopod is an app-controlled microhabitat that simplifies growing plants or providing a habitat for small pets by being an automated solution.

The Biopod regulates temperature, light, humidity, ventilation and rainfall. It can be used to grow a year-round garden, as an animal habitat, as home decor, or as an educational tool. It’s a low maintenance solution for those who want the benefits but don’t want to put in the extra effort. It comes with an app that’s loaded with information that can be applied to the different uses of the microhabitat. If you’re growing plants, the app will tell you the expected blooming and harvesting date, and it can record HD video of your plant’s growth and play it back in time lapse. If you’re using it for pets, the app can be used to recommend plants and it provides support specifically designed for whatever animal you have in the habitat. And if you’re using it just for decor, the app will provide plant source information, helping you build a beautiful landscape in as little as one hour. It’s available now for an early backer price of $279. [Purchase]

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